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No Stone to be Left Unturned for Providing Facilities to Investors in State

11 Sep 2017
No Stone to be Left Unturned for Providing Facilities to Investors in State

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan was called on by the representatives of various industries at Mantralaya today. Minister for Commerce and Industries Shri Rajendra Shukl and MP Shri Chintaman Malviya were also present on the occasion.

CM Chouhan mentioned that no stone will be left unturned to provide all the facilities and to fulfill requirements of the investors in the state. Moreover, he informed that the state government is making efforts for providing skilled labour to the industries as per their requirements. Global Skill Park is being made with the cooperation of Singapore. CM Chouhan directed the officers of Commerce-Industries and Technical Education departments for obtaining information from the industries for their requirements of trained labour and accordingly coordinate with technical educational institutes to ensure its availability.

Promoter of Altis Industries Pvt. Ltd. Pithampur Shri Manoj Kataria and Shri Anil Khasgiwal informed the Chief Minister Chouhan that industrial atmosphere of the state is favourable for the investors. All the arrangements related to establishment of industry are of best quality. Referring to their experience regarding proposal for establishment of industry, they said that the quick land allotment to them without any hassle for establishment of industry is a remarkable experience. They also gave suggestions regarding necessary amendments in the courses of technical education for testing lab of electronic products and skilled manpower.

During the meeting with CM Chouhan, Chairman Fair Deal Exports Cooperative Society Shri Pradeep Kedia, Vice Chairman Shri Rajesh Jain and Shri Bhagwan Das Vaishnav informed that a textile industrial park on 57 acre at Burhanpur is being developed by 166 members of the society. In context to make availability of land through exchange, consent in principle was given to the proposal in the meeting for providing land towards construction of approach road for the park.

Managing Director M/s. V.S.L. Ltd. Shri V.G. Krishan Prasad informed that his unit is a joint undertaking of Steel Authority of India. Steel processing unit is being established at industrial area Bandka district Ujjain by his company. CM Chouhan directed the officials for their cooperation in providing water as required by the unit. Chairman M/s. Amba Shakti Udhyog ltd. Shri Kamal Goyal and Director Shri Hemant Gupta also met CM Chouhan on the occasion. They informed that they are expanding the capacity of the unit established at Industrial area Banmor-Morena by 50 percent.

Chief Secretary Shri B.P. Singh, Additional Chief Secretary Shri Iqbal Singh Bains, Principal Secretary Commerce and Industries Shri Mohammad Suleman, principal Secretary Micro, Small and Medium Industries Shri V.L. Kantarao, Principal Secretary Revenue Shri Arun Pandey, Principal Secretaries to CM Shri Ashok Varnval and Shri S.K. Mishra were also present on the occasion.