Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, Maharashtra Chief Minister (CM) Devendra Fadnavis and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath are set to partake in the upcoming World Hindu Economic Forum (WHEF) which will take place in Mumbai next week, reports Hindustan Times.
The event is aimed at discussing the nation's economic agenda and trajectory. Further, the official website of the WHEF states that the event aims to bring together 'financially successful' members of the Hindu society to promote sharing of resources, expertise and knowledge to provide impetus to surplus wealth creation and building of a prosperous society.
The timing of the event gains significance as it coincides with the juncture when the Indian economy is grappling with a state of slowdown and a host of global headwinds. The three-day-long event would be held in Mumbai 27-29 September.
The WHEF will be attended by the business tycoons like Ajay Piramal (Chairman, Piramal Group), Vivek Lall (Vice President, strategy & business development, Lockheed Martin) and Banmali Agarwala (President, Infrastructure, defence and aerospace, Tata Sons).
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