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“Thank you @narendramodi for an insightful session,” Nadella wrote on Twitter.

New Delhi:

Nadella, chairman and CEO of Microsoft, who is on a four-day visit to India, met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and pledged the company’s support to help the country realize its Digital India vision.

The Microsoft CEO described his meeting with Prime Minister Modi as “insightful” and praised the government’s strong focus on sustainable and inclusive economic growth driven by digital transformation.

Nadella tweeted today: “It is encouraging to see the government’s strong focus on sustainable and inclusive economic growth led by digital transformation and we look forward to helping India achieve a Digital India vision, to be the light of the world.”

“Thank you @narendramodi for an insightful session,” he wrote.

Nadella is currently on day three of a multi-city tour across the country, where he has been holding marathon meetings with clients, startups, developers, educators and students, as well as top government leaders.

On Wednesday, Nadella called on Foreign Affairs Minister S Jaishankar to discuss issues related to governance and security in the digital sphere.

Nadella also met Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Minister of for Electronics and IT, who invited him to invest in India’s expanding innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem.

“Co-alumni from @MIT_MANIPAL & CEO @Microsoft @satyanadella visited @GoI_MeitY today. Interesting chat about future of #Tech & @_DigitalIndia including @OfficialIndiaAI, Search, Gaming, Computing & IndiaCloud,” Rajeev Chandrasekhar tweeted on Wednesday.

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Hyderabad-born Nadella applauds India for building public digital infrastructure for the public good. Satya Nadella also highlighted the importance of driving inclusion and empowerment through technology and economic growth, asserting that the company is “very committed to India”.

As part of the Microsoft Tech for Good and Education showcase in Delhi on Wednesday, Nadella conducted walk-throughs to engage with teachers, students and professionals who utilize various Microsoft programs, initiatives and tools to Contributed to society.

(Aside from the title, this story is unedited by NDTV staff and published via a syndicated feed.)

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