New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday that he will interact with start-up entrepreneurs after the launch of the government's "Start-Up India" initiative.
"Will join the programme to commence the Start-up India movement this evening. Looking forward to interacting with start-up entrepreneurs," Modi tweeted.
In another tweet, he said: "Start-Up India movement begins today (Saturday). This movement celebrates the energy and enterprising spirit of our youth."
The government's "Start-Up India" initiative along with a "Start-Up Action Plan" will be launched here by Prime Minister Modi.
The launch event is aimed at celebrating the entrepreneurship spirit of the country's youth and will be attended by the CEOs and founders of top start-ups from across the country and abroad.
The programme is also aimed at promoting financing for start-ups and give incentives to boost entrepreneurship.
Modi will release the Start-Up Action Plan, visit a virtual exhibition and interact with start-up entrepreneurs at the event.
(With agency inputs)