Press Release: Prime Minister Modi US visit , NRI’s Agenda Punjab Nuclear Plant, No Corruption in Consulates- Vikram Bajwa
New York. Cindy Harper. India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been invited to White House in September, during the United Nations, annual General Assembly, in New York on September 25th thru Sept. 30 2014. India-US Chamber Business Council, is in the process to prepare a Economic agenda, with earlier reservation by some US Congressmen on the pending I.P.Rights and Labour laws.
Ambassador Jaishankar Office is reaching out to the NRI’s and corporate America, to market the India FDI policies, which could trigger an investment of $ 20 Billion in the next 3 years in the form of MOU’s. Top on the list is the Nuclear Energy Plants, investments in India, by US and NRI Corporations, who are eager to do business with India, on the proposed one window of business in the Prime Minister’s Office. “We have a US Corporate house interested to build 5 Nuclear Power Plants in India”, where the majority share holders would be Non resident Indians, from Punjab, Gujarat, Kerala and Maharashtra”, said, India Investments Inc., ceo Vikram Bajwa.
Blue print for the locations of Nuclear Plants is being prepared as we speak, said confident Bajwa, who has taken the initiative to reach out to NRI’s, seeking a good return on their dollar, while doing service “SEVA”, to motherland India. The US Corporate House is preparing a feasibility report on Amritsar Punjab, Varanasi, U.P, Pune Maharashtra, Thiruvanathpuram Kerala and Panaji Goa. We will discuss it with Prime Minister Modi, in September in New York, said New York Exchange Corporate Investor Gordon Patel, of AAHOA.
Aam Admi Party members, including Overseas Friends of BJP, Indian Overseas Congress, will also address the issue of corruption in India’s US and Canada Consulates.
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