More industrial groups evince interest in investing in Madhya Pradesh
BHOPAL: Apart from the industrialists who evinced
interest in investing in Madhya Pradesh at Global Investors Summit, other major
industrial groups are also presenting proposals for setting up units in the
Representatives of Mine Corp India and Palladam
Hi-tech Weaving on Monday met Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and
presented their proposals. A representative of Ultratech Cement also called on
the Chief Minister. Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Rajendra Shukla and
Chief Secretary Anthony de Sa were also present on the occasion.
Chairman of Mine Corp India Sajid Khan informed that
his company intends to set up a global-level stone processing unit in Madhya
Pradesh with estimated capital investment of Rs 1,100 crore. Better quality
sandstone, granite and marble are available in Madhya Pradesh.
About 4,000 people will get employment through this
unit. Products of the unit will also be exported. Chief Minister Chouhan directed
to take prompt action on Mine Corp’s proposal and permissions given through
single window and transparent process.
Director of Palladam Hi-tech Weaving V Rajkumar
informed that he wishes to establish an Rs 500 crore high-tech textile park project
in Madhya Pradesh which will have 100 weaving units and will provide employment
to about 5000 people.
This project will boost textile industry in the state.
It is noteworthy that this group has industrial projects at a number of places
in South India including Coimbatore. The group has come to Madhya Pradesh
inspired by the Chief Minister’s Coimbatore visit.
The Chief Minister directed that the group should be
shown proposed places for the project today itself. Senior Executive of
Ultratech Cement RM Gupta met the Chief Minister and informed him about
Greenfield Cement Project to be established in Satna. It will be set up with
capital investment of about Rs 3,000 crore and will provide employment to about
Principal Secretary to CM SK Mishra, Secretary Mineral
Resources Shiv Shekhar Shukla, Secretary Industries Anupam Rajan and TRIFAC’s
MD DP Ahuja were also present on the occasion.