Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday cut the ceremonial ribbon to launch the Make in India Week headquarters at MMRDA grounds in Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) on Saturday morning, following which there were many visitors at the centre.
A folk artist poses with the Make in India mascot at BKC’s MMRDA Ground. Pic/Sayed Sameer Abedi
During the ribbon cutting ceremony, there was some chaos near the entrance gate as everyone wanted to enter the site. There are more than 27 halls with various exhibitions and pavilions for some of the Indian states where a showcase of opportunities available in each state is there.
Three major MoUs, worth over Rs 21,400 crore, were signed in the presence of Modi. The project intends to offer higher value to orange growers, generate gainful employment and benefit 5,000 farmers.