Union Minister of Steel, Birender Singh interacted
with a group of stakeholdersin New Delhi. In the freewheeling and open
deliberation session, the Minister shared with them various initiatives,
schemes and achievements of the Ministry, says a release.
The participants included people from diverse
backgrounds and age-mix, with interests, experience or expertise in steel and
related industries. There were professors, engineers, former CMDs, students,
social workers, and entrepreneurs in the round-table discussions.
Shri Singh spoke briefly about India’s rapid rise in
the world steel scenario, polices rolled out by the Ministry and various
projects of national importance where steel has been used. He also pointed out
how the Ministry is taking concrete actions to ensure that steel used in India
is cleaner, safer and healthier for every Indian. The Minster highlighted the
progress made by India in different spheres of economy.
The address by the Minister was followed by a lively
interaction. The participants sought answers to their queries about future
roadmap, resource management and linkage of steel with the economy. They also
shared their ideas and innovative suggestions on what more could be done to
further improve contribution of steel sector to the society and the nation.
Shri Singh thanked the participants for taking out
time and contributing their best to enable the Government in enhancing citizen
engagement and participation in its plans and policies. They expressed their
happiness in being given this opportunity to be apprised of the Government’s
initiatives and efforts.
The session was part of the ongoing series of
interactions being coordinated by MyGov, (Citizen Engagement Platform of GoI)