2020 is crucial for CPSE: Arjun Ram Meghwal

The 7th PSU Awards are PSUs awarded has been conferred to the Central public sector enterprises and state public sector organisation in financial and non-financial categories through a transparent and rigorous methodology.

GN Bureau | February 22, 2020


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"The year 2020 is going to be a significant year for India and especially for Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSE), "said the Arjun Ram Meghwal, Minister of State for heavy industries and public enterprises on Wednesday at the 7th PSU Awards and Conference organised by Governance Now on 19th February 2020 at the Lalit.

"The year 2020 is going to be a very pivotal year for our country as predicted by our late President APJ Abdul Kalam and Swami Vivekananda.  Former President and late scientist Kalam have mentioned many times in the media that 2020 is going to be important for the Indians. Similarly, Swami Vivekananda in his lecture at Michigan University in 1893 predicted that the third decade of the 21st century would be significant for India and we will emerge as a superpower," said the Minister of State for heavy industries and public enterprises.

Adding to it" In the 21st century, Vivekananda has predicted the destiny of India. He also at Michigan that the US and European will be ruling in the 20th century, but, things will change from the 21st century."

Felicitating and congratulating the PSUs who won the award Meghwal stressed, "There are about 300 CPSEs in our country, and I'm closely working with them. Some are working very efficiently, and others are not as good as them, but, that is how the country runs. We cannot think about India without these CPSEs. They play a huge role in defining the country. But, those who are receiving the awards in 2020 are the part of Swami Vivekananda and Abdul Kalam's prediction.  A few great men have already predicted for you, and you are playing an important role in taking this country forward," Meghwal stressed.

Shailesh Lodha, writer and actor (famously known as Taarak Mehta) also made his presence during the Awards ceremony.

The 7th PSU Awards are PSUs awarded has been conferred to the Central public sector enterprises and state public sector organisation in financial and non-financial categories through a transparent and rigorous methodology.

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