We don’t always need to induce unnecessary skepticism in everything that our PM does for the country. Previous failures are good to learn from but we should see the development positively when it’s really meant to be so.
It’s a proud moment for all of us that our country now has Samsung’s largest mobile manufacturing plant in the world. It was reported recently that India is facing a serious economic deficit because of the amount of electronics we export from outside. PM Modi’s this step, taken towards his “make in India” campaign, will ensure that the conditions better now. The President of South Korea, Moon Jae-in, who in-jointly inaugurated the plant with our Prime Minister, hopes that the plant will contribute in the betterment of his country’s economy. Same are the hopes of PM Narendra Modi.
The plant, which is spread over 35 acres of land, will give employment to thousands of people in the country. Not only this, it is expected to manufacture goods other than just mobile phones in the future. India being a huge potential market for the electronics will receive 70% of the manufactured products and will export the remaining 30%. It’s really a big thing for India that the plant is opened here instead of world’s largest tech hub, China.
This great development project is being seen as a way of making India stronger in terms of gadget production, as the Chinese company Xiaomi is also expected to set its three new plants in India soon. Below are some details about the plant:
Location: Sector 81, Noida.
Area: 35 Acres
Existing capacity: 50 Lakh phones a month
After expansion: 1.2 crore