India's growing move in SPACE! PM launched 'Indian Space Association'

New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi made a historic debut for the Indian Space Association on Monday. PM Modi addressed the country's top space scientists on the occasion. PM Modi said that there has never been as decisive a government in India today as it is in India. The big reforms that are taking place in the country today on Space Sector and Space Tech is a part of this.

PM Modi further said, "I once again congratulate you all for the formation of the Indian Space Association (ISPA), my best wishes. The 21st century India is the basis of the approach with which it is moving forward today, the reforms that it is making, the unwavering confidence in India's strength. It is the responsibility of our Government to remove every obstacle that comes to this power and the Government is leaving no stone unturned for it. Our space sector is a major source of progress for 130 crore countrymen.''

PM Modi today launched the Indian Space Association to make India a leader in the space world. Speaking on the occasion, he said that Indian and foreign companies are also involved in the space association. PM Modi said India's strength is no less than any country in the world. On the other hand, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has informed that the founding members of the Indian Space Association include Larsen & Toubro, Nalco, OneWeb, Bharti Airtel, Map may India, Walchandnagar Industries and Infinite Technology.

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