Real estate investment will be encouraged in Madhya Pradesh: CM

There will be no agreement for ritual
CM Shri Kamal Nath addresses CII Leadership Conclave in Indore
Bhopal, September 1r, 2019 (Ataullah Faizan): Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath has said that there should be real industrial investment in Madhya Pradesh and the state government is working with the idea that the state will benefit from it. He said that instead of entering into an agreement for the sake of it, industries should be set up on the land and work will be carried out in a planned manner to provide employment to the people of the state. The Chief Minister said that whosoever invests in the state with this intention will be provided with full facilities and support by the government. Shri Nath was addressing the CII Leadership Conclave organized at Indore today. Public Works Minister Shri Sajjan Singh Verma, Higher Education Minister Shri Jitu Patwari, Urban Development and Housing Minister Shri Jaivardhan Singh were present at the conclave.

Chief Minister Shri Nath said that Magnificent MP Investor Summit is being organized in Indore in October to encourage industrial investment. The government is concerned about the economic progress of the state and serious efforts are being made in this direction. We aim to provide employment to the youth on a large scale. For this, whatever investment will come in the state, full facilities and cooperation will be provided by the state government.

The Chief Minister said that today new technology is changing the lifestyle of people. People working in the field of industry and business have to be prepared according to the new technology. Shri Nath said that 70 percent population of the state is dependent on agriculture. By strengthening the agricultural sector financially, a large population can be made self-sufficient. He said that there is a need to engage modern farming techniques in our state instead of traditional farming methods. He said that for this we are encouraging the establishment of horticulture and agro-based food processing units in the state.

He appealed to the people working in the field of industry and business in Madhya Pradesh to work as brand ambassadors to attract investment. The Chief Minister interacted directly with the industrialists present on the occasion and addressed their queries.

The programme was addressed by Managing Director and CEO of Bajaj Finserv Shri Sanjeev Bajaj, Chairman of CII Madhya Pradesh Chapter Shri Praveen Agrawal and former Chairman Shri Anshul Mittal.