Textile India 2017, country's first ever mega trade event for the textile sector, will beinauguarated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today held in Gandhinagar.
Textile industry stalwarts from India and abroad, central and state ministers and other industry stakeholders are expected to participate in the 3-day event.
Textiles India-2017 is being organized by Union ministry of textiles with support from Union ministry of commerce and in association with all textile export promotion councils.
As many as 1,500 exhibitors, 20,000 participants including 2,500 foreign buyers and sellers, have already registered for the mega event. Countries such as USA, China, UK, Australia, Germany, Bangladesh, South Korea, UAE, Vietnam and others are participating in the event.
Experts, policy makers and industry players from within and outside India will deliberate on various aspects and challenges concerning textile industry at the event.
Kumar Mangalam Birla, chairman, Aditya Birla group, B K Goenka, chairman, Welspun Group, Sanjay Lalbhai, chairman and managing director, Arvind Ltd and Gautam Singhania, CMD, Raymond Group are going to attend the inaugural ceremony at Mahatma Mandir tomorrow.
Union textile minister Smriti Irani, minister of state for textiles Ajay Tamta along with Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani and deputy CM Nitin Patel will also attend the inaugural ceremony.
Senior ministers of textiles, finance, commerce and industry, road transport and highway and agriculture are scheduled to participate in the 3-day event, which is being held at Mahatma Mandir and Helipad group. A mega exhibition has also been organised .
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