Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal said with a view to promote investment and generate maximum employment opportunities in the State, Haryana Government was working on a long term scheme. The Chief Minister held a meeting with prominent industrialists of the State in New Delhi on Monday.
Talking to the media persons after the meeting, he said his Government had fast-tracked the Memorandum of Understanding (MOUs) signed during the Happening Haryana Global Investors’ Summit -2016 held at Gurgaon on March 7 and 8. As a result of this, more than hundred MoUs of worth Rs70,000 crore are being given final shape and this would generate about 1.25 lakh employment opportunities, he said.
Expressing satisfaction over the discussions during the interactive session, the Chief Minister said some good suggestions had been received during the meeting and the concerned departments would work on them.
The State Government has signed as many as 551 MoUs with various leading companies so far after the Summit which would catalyze an investment of Rs6.19 lakh crore. During the interactive session, the Chief Minister also asked the industrialists about the progress of various MoUs signed with the State Government.
He said under the Haryana Enterprises Promotion Policy-2015, facilities like single window clearance under one roof are being provided to promote investment in the State. The Chief Minister urged them that besides the traditional industrial centres like Gurgaon, Faridabad and Bawal in district Rewari, they should also invest in Jind, Hisar, Bhiwani and other districts.
On this, the industry representatives assured the State Government of their full cooperation not only in investment but also in skill development and Corporate Social Responsibility.
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