British Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited a newly inaugurated plant in Gujarat’s Halol with CM Bhupendra Patel on Thursday.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson alongside with Gujarat CM Bhupendra Patel visited the JCB manufacturing unit at Halol GIDC, Panchmahal in Gujarat on Thursday. The British PM climbed onto a JCB at the new manufacturing facility and waved to the media.
Johnson, who arrived in India on Thursday morning, visited commercial enterprise multi-millionaire Gautam Adani, who tweeted: “Honoured to host Boris Johnson, the first UK PM to go to Gujarat, at Adani HQ. Delighted to guide local weather & sustainability agenda with center of attention on renewables, inexperienced H2 & new energy. Will additionally work with UK organizations to co-create defence & aerospace technologies. #AtmanirbharBharat.”
PM Johnson will use his go to to India to raise ties with India, slashing alternate limitations for UK groups and using jobs and boom at home.
Soon after touchdown in India, Johnson said: “UK PM Boris Johnson tweeted, “It’s amazing to be in India, the world’s greatest democracy. I see huge probabilities for what our top notch international locations can gain together. Our powerhouse partnership is handing over jobs, increase and opportunity. I seem to be ahead to strengthening this partnership in the coming days.”