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Sep 26, 2018
2:16PM

Vice president M. Venkaiah Naidu inaugurates Smart City Expo India-2018

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Vice president M. Venkaiah Naidu inaugurated Smart City Expo India-2018 in Jaipur today. Addressing the inaugural function, Mr. Naidu said that state govt. is doing well for linking of rivers. He stressed on need for water harvesting. 

Vice President said that Smart Vision, Smart execution and smart Implementation are essential to develop smart cities. He said that no city can become smart without participation of public. 

The object of this three days long expo is to have discussions among different experts and groups to utilize benefits of new technology, town planning, capacity management, challenges before socio-economic development and development of networking in the Smart City sector. Near about 6000 delegates from MNC's of different countries  , researchers , CEO's of different Smart cities , Mayors and corporates  are participating in the expo. 

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