New Delhi, India: In an impressive event, the Let’s Do It India LDII’s Foundation, an esteemed international organization with over 2.2 million active volunteers and 100 employees, operating in more than 20 countries worldwide, organized a captivating gathering titled “An Intriguing Geo-Political and Social Conversation with Global Leaders.” This prestigious event took place on August 24, 2023, at the iconic Taj Mahal Hotel on Man Singh Road in New Delhi.
Eminent Figures from 22 Nations Converge
Eminent figures from 22 different nations attended this gathering. Ms. Shinta Widjaja Kamdani, the Coordinating Vice Chairman III, served as the chief guest, offering her remarkable insights. Adding to the occasion’s splendor, Mr. Sawantra Dev Singh, the Minister of Jal Shakti from Uttar Pradesh, assumed the role of the Guest of Honour. Diplomats, bureaucrats, and representatives from various embassies also graced the event.
Distinguished guests included leaders such as Mr. Bernard Looney from BP, Mr. Jon Moore from BNEF, Mr. Borge Brende of the World Economic Forum, Mr. Lee Yuan Siong from AIA Group, and Mr. Lynn Forrester De Rothschild, among others.
Promoting Sustainable Development
The gathering brought together remarkable minds with a focus on propelling India toward sustainable development while maintaining a balance between development and environmental preservation.
Ms. Shinta Widjaja Kamdani, the esteemed chief guest, eloquently expressed, “India stands on the verge of transformative growth. By harnessing innovation and sustainable practices, it has the potential not only to lead globally but also to pave the way for a harmonious future where development coexists with environmental preservation.”
The Minister of Jal Shakti from Uttar Pradesh highlighted, “Uttar Pradesh, with its unique blend of heritage and ambition, seeks to play a pivotal role in India’s development journey. We are committed to implementing water management strategies that address both urban and rural needs.”
LDII’s Vision for a Sustainable Future
Pankaj Chaudhary, the visionary founder of Let’s Do It India LDII’s, shared his thoughts on the occasion, emphasizing, “Our foundation envisions a future where communities collaborate to build a sustainable nation. This event serves as a stepping stone towards realizing that dream.”
Manraj Sahota, Director of LDII, reiterated the organization’s commitment, stating, “Let’s Do It India Foundation is dedicated to fostering dialogues that drive change. Our discussions today contribute to the discourse on sustainable development that our country and the world urgently need.”
A Bright Future for India
The event concluded with a lively exchange of ideas and viewpoints, demonstrating India’s potential to be a world leader in holistic development. India is poised for a future where growth and environmental well-being go hand in hand, with the collective efforts of its people driving this positive change.