Ambani pitches for ’Keep in India’
Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani has pitched for an addition to the to-do list of the Modi government by requesting for an initiative ‘Keep in India’, after the Prime Minister’s ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’ initiatives.
Ambani spelled out a vision for how technology can provide solutions to the most challenging problems that India is facing — from education, financial inclusion, healthcare to job creation and entrepreneurship. He further warned about the need to protect Indian data as the country emerges as one of the leaders in steering the fourth industrial revolution.
“As we enter the digital age, we must remember data and information, is power. If the benefits of the Indian technology revolution are to be fully captured, we need to ensure that data remains in India. Like ‘Digital India’ and ‘Make in India’, we need a ‘Keep in India’ initiative to ensure data remains within India,” Ambani said while speaking at a conclave in Mumbai.
Ambani went on to state that now the challenge for the country is execution. “We are blessed to have a leader who understands the people, the world and the power of technology. I am sure with good execution we will surpass the expectations of the young,” Ambani said.
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