National Logistics Policy: On PM Modi’s birthday, the country got a gift of National Logistics Policy

Mumbai  : Today is the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On the occasion of Prime Minister Modi’s birthday, the country has received the gift of National Logistics Policy today.  Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated the National Logistics Policy (NLP) at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi. This time he  "The launch of National Logistics Policy is the ‘challenge’ of India to become a developed country. It is said to be an important step towards completion.    

"A concerted effort to ensure speedy delivery of goods to end-to-end, eliminate challenges related to transportation, save time and money of producers, prevent wastage of agricultural produce and those efforts invented  what is today’s National Logistics Policy. On this occasion, Pant Pradha Modi expressed the feeling that the improvement in coordination will give the desired speed to this sector.  

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, "India, the world’s 5th largest economy, is changing rapidly. The tone of Make in India and India becoming self-reliant is echoing around the world. India is aiming for and achieving huge export targets. The idea that India is emerging as a manufacturing hub is settling in the minds of the world. If we study the PLI scheme, it will be seen that the world has accepted this idea. In such a scenario, the National Logistics Policy will bring new energy to all sectors.

"Policy is a beginning, the combined result of policy and performance is development. When performance parameters, roadmaps and timelines come together, development emerges as the combined result of strategy and performance. Today’s India prepares its scope before making any policy, only then can the policy be implemented successfully. The National Logistics Policy did not emerge suddenly but has been 8 years of hard work. There are policy changes, big decisions and if I talk about myself, I have 22 years of experience in administration, said Prime Minister Modi at this time. 

"The Prime Minister reiterated that schemes like Sagarmala, Bharatmala have accelerated the work of a dedicated freight sector to improve logistics connectivity for planned infrastructure development. There has been a significant increase in the overall capacity of Indian ports and cargo ships have been able to load or unload cargo and withdraw   The Prime Minister mentioned that the average arrival time has come down from 44 hours to 26 hours. 40 cargo terminals have been constructed to boost exports. Cold storage facilities have been provided to 30 airports. 35 multimodal centers are coming up in the country. “Many new waterways are also being built in the country so that we can carry out environmentally friendly and cost-effective transportation through waterways. He also mentioned the Kisan Rail and Kisan Udan experiments during the Corona period. 

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