New Delhi, Business Desk. The world's leading technology company Google will invest 75,000 crore rupees (about 10 billion dollars) in India in the next five-seven years. Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and its parent company Alphabet, announced this on Monday. This amount will be used to convey information in every Indian language including Hindi, Tamil and Punjabi to every countryman. Apart from this, this fund will also be used to develop new products and services to meet the needs of the Indian people. Google CEO Sundar Pichai expressed his excitement Google CEO Sundar Pichai expressed his excitement by announcing the 'Google for India Digitization Fund'. Pichai said that Google will invest 75,000 crore (about 10 billion dollars) in India in the next five to seven years. Pichai said that the company will make these investments in equity investment as well as development of partnerships and operational infrastructure through ecosystem investment under this fund.