After surprising the entire nation on the late evening on November 8, PM Modi made sure each one of the citizens is a part of fair share as high-denomination notes will be discarded from now on. The 50-day long tenure to exchange 500 and 1000 rupee note fro the respective banks comes as a gift to billion of commoners who look forward to India a corruption-free nation. Now, with more surprises and betterment regarding the nation, PM Narendra Modi sets off on a 3-day visit to Japan so as to primarily focus on signing civil nuclear deals.
Last year in 2015 when Japanese PM visited India then a joint statement was signed titled as ‘India and Japan Vision 2025: Special Strategic and Global Partnership Working Together for Peace and Prosperity of the Indo-Pacific Region and the World’.The following deal throws immense light on areas such as politics, economic, strategic, global and regional changes. It also encompasses a deep, broadly-based, action-oriented acknowledgement and partnership thus responding to several focused prime challenges.
Now, Mr Modi’s visit to Japan will hold an annual Summit meeting with Japanese PM Shinzo Abe in the presence of the Emperor of Japan in Tokyo. The journey from Tokyo to Kobe will start with a ride in Shinkansen bullet train, the same technology-based train which will be deployedfor the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Railway Speed. The much famed high-speed train which is a common commuting source for the public in Japan will now be used in India.
Apart from inspection journey in the high-speedrail, Narendra Modi is keen to sign the civil nuclear cooperation agreement between both the nations which will further lead to set up nuclear plants by the atomic companies from theUS . Also, the previous visit of PM Abe in India was not finalised due to technical and legal issues which will be taken into consideration on the 3-day visit.
Primarily focusing on receiving facilitation from US-based atomic conglomerates Westinghouse Electric Corporation and GE Energy Inc to set up plants through Japanese investments. The deal will also consist mutual agreement over trade, security, investments, etc. thus continue to fight cross-border terrorism. Moreover, the acceptance of high-speed technology from Japan will not only strengthen the bilateral relationships but also create skilled jobs, improve infrastructure and mainly, give a boost to ‘Make in India‘ vision.