Piyush Goyal, minister of commerce and industry, recently stated that the PM GatiShakti NMP (National Master Plan) and NLP (National Logistics Policy) will considerably help businesses and individuals in improving competitiveness and attracting funding. The world now recognises India as a leader in innovation, Minister Piyush Goyal said in his speech to the audience at the ICC (Indian Chamber of Commerce) National Conference on GatiShakti. “Our country has been rapidly creating new tools for good governance, the comfort of living, and ease of doing business, such as PM GatiShakti NMP (National Master Plan),” he added.
There are currently around 1300 layers of data, including, among other things, forests, rivers, sanctuaries, and UNESCO world heritage sites
The time when India had to wait decades for new ideas and innovations to be adopted by the west in order to benefit our industries and the Indian people is long gone. In addition, he cited the UPI (Unified Payments Interface) framework as evidence of India’s technological competence and as a project that had a significant effect on the economy of the nation. He added that the PM GatiShakti portal has layers of data where various ecological, geological, and infrastructural features around the country have been mapped and captured.
There are currently around 1300 layers of data, including, among other things, forests, rivers, sanctuaries, and UNESCO world heritage sites. PM GatiShakti would also help with the planning of social infrastructure, such as hospitals, nursing homes, and schools, in addition to filling in major infrastructure gaps. To achieve India’s goal of becoming a developed nation by 2047, the cost of logistics must be reduced.
The minister claimed that PM GatiShakti if properly utilised, can significantly lower logistics expenses. He also mentioned that all highways, ports, railways, and airports were mapped on GatiShakti, facilitating smooth business connecting networks and improving the logistics system.
PM GatiShakti would also help with the planning of social infrastructure, such as hospitals, nursing homes, and schools
The government’s accomplishment in providing for its citizens’ basic needs, such as clothing, shelter, food, education, and health, was highlighted by the speaker. He said that the new education strategy has received widespread support and that Ayushman Bharat, India’s healthcare programme, now covers more than 500 million people. India’s populace, especially its youth, has become truly motivated because of these programmes. The initiative of PM GatiShakti is a national strategy that resulted from countless stakeholders working together and collectively in confined gatherings. The NPG serves as the gateway for all infrastructure projects for connectivity and logistics costing more than Rs 500 crore (network planning group).