PM Modi attends the first 'Arun Jaitley Memorial Lecture' today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be at the first “Arun Jaitley Memorial Lecture” (AJML), which will be held on Friday at Vigyan Bhavan in the capital.

Throughout the occasion, he will also address the group.

Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Senior Minister, Government of Singapore, will give the opening keynote speech at the inaugural AJML on “Growth through Inclusivity, Inclusivity through Growth.”

After the presentation, Mathias Cormann, the secretary-general of the OECD, and Arvind Panagariya will participate in a panel discussion (Professor, Columbia University).

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The inaugural “Arun Jaitley Memorial Lecture” was held, according to a PMO press release, in honor of the former union minister’s significant contributions to the country.

The Prime Minister will also engage in conversation with the participants attending the three-day Kautilya Economic Conclave (KEC), which runs from July 8 to July 10.

Anne Krueger from John Hopkins University, Nicholas Stern from the London School of Economics, Robert Lawrence from Harvard Kennedy School, John Lipsky, a former acting managing director of the IMF, and Junaid Ahmed, the country director for India for the World Bank, are just a few of the distinguished economists. They will meet with the prime minister.

The Institute of Economic Growth, with assistance from the Ministry of Finance, is organizing KEC.