Industrial world overwhelmed by Madhya Pradesh’ leadership, policies
BHOPAL: Chieftains of Indian industry are overwhelmed
by Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s entrepreneurship,
dynamic leadership, industrial policies being provided in the state to
Soon after the inaugural session of the Global
Investors’ Summit at Indore on Thursday, not only the industrialists desired to
invest in the state, but also said that Madhya Pradesh would become pioneer in
the country in industrial development also.
Top industrialist Mukesh Ambani said that Reliance
Group would invest Rs 20,000 crore in the state in next one and half years,
while his younger brother, Anil Ambani of Reliance ADA Group has assured to
increase investment in Madhya Pradesh from Rs 30,000 crore to Rs 60,000 crore.
Godrej Group’s Chairman Adi Godrej said that every
work of industrial world is done easily and smoothly in Madhya Pradesh. He has
been industrially associated with Madhya Pradesh for over 27 years. The way the
present state government is giving facilities to industrial world would benefit
entire state, he added.
Reliance ADA Group Chairman Anil Ambani is attending
Global Investors Summit in Madhya Pradesh for the 4th consecutive
year. Specially referring to leadership of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh
Chouhan, state’s transparent administrative machinery and industry-friendly
policies, he said that his group would invest Rs 30,000 crore more by year 2020
in coal, power, cement and telecom sectors. At present, his company’s
investment is Rs 30,000 crore in the state, which will be doubled in coming
Chairman of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) AM Nair
desired to invest in skill development and defence equipments manufacturing
sectors in the state.
Tata Group’s Chairman Cyrus Mistry said that Tata
Consultancy Services, Indore would provide jobs to 10,000 youths. He talked
about expansion of Tata International at Dewas and establish food packaging
unit in Vidisha, skill training centre at Dewas and cooperate in BRTS at
Jabalpur and Ujjain. He desired to establish driver-mechanic training centre at
Bhopal. He said that Tata Group is committed to investing in Madhya Pradesh.
Noted industrialist Gautam Adani said that his group would
invest Rs 20,000 crore in Madhya Pradesh in next 5 years. Adani lauded
all-round development in Madhya Pradesh during last 8-10 years.
Reliance Group Chairman Mukesh Ambani said that Madhya
Pradesh would become digital capital of India. His group will invest Rs 20,000
crore by year 2015 in digital internet, energy, retail etc. He also evinced
interest in organic farming in the state.
Essar Group Chairman Shashi Ruia informed about
intention to invest Rs 4000 crore in the state in energy, steel, BPO and coal
Sindoor Mittal of Welspun Group said that Madhya
Pradesh has set an example of providing facilities rapidly to industrialists.
She informed that her group will invest Rs 5000 crore in renewable energy
sector in coming days.
John Stone of JNS Group of Australia said that his
country stands by India and Madhya Pradesh in writing a new chapter of history.
He lauded the state government for creating atmosphere of investment.
Future Group’s Chairman Kishore Biyani assured to
provide jobs to 10,000 youths by establishing food-park in the state. He said
that wheat of Madhya Pradesh is most suitable for preparing pasta.