Madhya Pradesh is most suitable for investment, say industrialists
BHOPAL: Top industrialists on Friday met Madhya
Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Mumbai and put forth new
investment proposals. Experts on industries also informed them about
possibilities of industrial development in the state. The industrialists
described Madhya Pradesh as most suitable for investment.
Chairman of Essel Group Subhash Chandra offered to
make available resources for Smart City with theme of knowledge and urban
bodies in joint sponsorship of the state government and his company. Chairman
of Raheja Group proposed to develop an IT park with job opportunities for lakhs
Welspun Group’s CMD VK Goenka informed about proposal
for establishing a major textile industry in the state. Senior industrialist
and Chairman of Force Motors Pvt Ltd Dr Abhay Firodia expressed intention to
open a major charitable hospital in Madhya Pradesh.
Director of Mahindra & Mahindra Arun Nanda
proposed to establish industries on barren lands under PPP mode. He also
suggested to consider major drip irrigation projects on the lines of Israeli
Earlier, Tata Group’s Chairman Cyrus Mistry, Reliance
Group’s MD Satish Seth, MD of Shaporji Palonji Shapor Mistry, Girish Agrawal of
DB Power Limited and other major industrial groups’ representatives held discussions
on investment in the state with the Chief Minister.
Mukund Limited’s Joint MD Suketu Shah, Geomin Industry
and Jabalpur’s Sudhanshu Deva also met the Chief Minister. Meetings of these
captains of industry with the Chief Minister continued till late evening.