More

    Global Investors’ Meet: ‘Himachal full of opportunities and potential,’ says PM Modi

    Must Read

    Thieves targeted closed house in Vadodara

    Decamp with cash and jewellery Thieves targeted a closed house in Fatehpura Ranavas late...

    Covid-19: Goa may tone down Carnival festivities amid pandemic

    Goa is likely to tone down its Carnival festivities due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Tourism Minister Manohar...

    Protesting farmers enter Red Fort, wave flags from ramparts

    Groups of protesting farmers camping at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur border points of New Delhi broke police...

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that every state in the country is competing to attract business and investment. He added that the rise in the competition will help the industry to grow better at the global level.

    “Earlier, investor’s summit like these used to happen in just few cities in the country. The situation has changed today. Every state today is competing to attract business and investment,” PM Modi said while addressing business delegates and investors, comprising foreign nationals at Himachal Pradesh’s first two-day Global Investor Summit in Dharamshala.

    The Prime Minister said “a positive competition could be seen among the states”.“The governments are taking initiatives and are removing unimportant mechanisms. The rise in this competition will help our industry grow better at the global level” he added.

    Emphasizing that lot of the state remains unexplored even today and that it has lot of potential, PM Modi said, “We need to think how unique properties of every district need to be explored and presented to the globe.”

    “Himachal is fulfilling every requirement for business. It delivers peace and a society that accepts diversity,” he said, indirectly hinting the entrepreneurs to invest in the state.

    Hailing Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur for bringing policies to attract investments, PM Modi said the massive jump in ease-of-doing ranking for India isn’t just a statistical change but a revolution in the way business is done in India.

    “It is a major revolution for industry in India. It means our government is taking decisions that have helped the industrial grassroots mechanism get better.”

    “We are adding new layers annually, making it more flexible and better.”

    Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur said ,The investor’s summit ,Rising Himachal, aims to attract investment in the agri-business, food processing and post-harvest technology, manufacturing and pharmaceuticals, tourism, hospitality and civil aviation, hydro and renewable energy, among others, sectors.

    He said the public infrastructure fund of Rs 5 lakh crore would be used in the next five years and this would also benefit Himachal Pradesh.

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

    Latest News

    Covid-19: Goa may tone down Carnival festivities amid pandemic

    Goa is likely to tone down its Carnival festivities due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Tourism Minister Manohar...

    Covid-19: Goa may tone down Carnival festivities amid pandemic

    Goa is likely to tone down its Carnival festivities due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Tourism Minister Manohar Ajgaonkar said on Tuesday. The...

    Protesting farmers enter Red Fort, wave flags from ramparts

    Groups of protesting farmers camping at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur border points of New Delhi broke police barricades on Tuesday morning to...

    Year of challenges is over and the new year of hope has begun – Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel

    District level celebration of 72nd Republic Day held under the chairmanship of Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel The...

    Exciting offers on the new Oppo Reno 5 Pro 5G

    Available on Stores Rs 35,990 Discount and  offers Bank Offer 10% off on ICICI Bank Credit Cards, up to...

    More Articles Like This

    - Advertisement -