Madhya Pradesh gets national award for infrastructure development
BHOPAL: National award was conferred on Madhya Pradesh
for commendable work in infrastructure development at Infra Leaders’ meet organised
by Economic Times in New Delhi on Saturday.
The award was presented by Union Minister for Civil
Aviation Ashok Gajapathi Raju. Madhya Pradesh Resident Commissioner in New
Delhi Rajesh Chaturvedi received the award on behalf of Chief Minister Shivraj
Singh Chouhan, which carries a trophy, citation and memento.
Ashok Gajapathi Raju asked entrepreneurs and investors
active for infrastructure development sector to accept challenges. He also
urged for private partnership in aviation services of Civil Aviation
Department, airports and cargo-related works.
Raju said that foreign airlines have large chunk of
international air traffic these days with whom India has bilateral agreements.
Union Minister Raju said that private sector should
come forward for expansion of aviation services. Referring to meeting with
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, he said that Chouhan has made laudable
novel initiative in cargo sector.
Rajasthan’s Energy Minister Gajendra Singh, NBCC,
Ircon, AAI, JNPT, Reliance Infrastructure, Punj Lloyd, GVK etc were also
felicitated for outstanding works in infrastructure development sector.