India's first cooperative conference is going to be organised on September 25 at Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in New Delhi. Home Minister Amit Shah will address the people associated with the cooperative in the first of its kind and unique cooperative society under PM Modi's vision of 'Sahakar se Samriddhi'.
The Ministry of Cooperation was formed and the reins of the ministry were handed over to Amit Shah. The core mantra of the Ministry of Cooperation is to strengthen the cooperative movement in the country, provide a separate administrative, legal and policy framework and streamline the processes to enable the development of Multi-State Cooperative Societies (MSCS) with the motto of 'Sabka Ka Saath Sabka Vikas'.
The event will also see the Minister of State (MoS) for Cooperation, BL Verma, and the President of the International Cooperative Alliance (Global), Dr Ariel Guarco. At this conference, more than 2000 cooperative members from across the country will be present in person and crores of cooperative people from all over the world will join the program virtually.
The program will be telecast live on September 25 from 11 am onwards on the official social media platforms of Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative (IFFCO), National Cooperative Federation of India, Amul, Sahakar Bharti, National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India (NAFED), Krishak Bharati Cooperative (KRIBHCO) and other mediums and an estimated 8 million people from India and abroad are expected to watch this program.
INDIA'S FIRST COOPERATIVE CONFERENCE
India's first cooperative conference is being organised by the country's leading cooperative organisation IFFCO, National Cooperative Federation of India, Amul, Sahakar Bharti, NAFED, KRIBHCO and all cooperatives together. Representatives from different states and various cooperative sectors across the country will participate in this conference and contribute towards realizing the dream of a self-reliant India.
Dr Ariel Guarco, President of the International Cooperative Alliance (Global), is also joining to accelerate and strengthen the campaign of Indian cooperatives. Around 3 million cooperatives from 110 countries of the world are associated with the International Cooperative Alliance (Global). This conference will also play an important role in strengthening Indian cooperatives on the global