US industrialists to set up cutting edge tech based industries in MP
BHOPAL: Three delegations from United States of
America who met Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan here on Monday, made
investment proposals for setting up cutting edge technology-based manufacturing
units in the state. The investors were all praise for the Chief Minister’s
pro-active working, vision and behaviour.
Minister for Commerce and Industries Yashodhara Raje
Scindia and Chief Secretary Anthony de Sa were also present on the occasion.
Singh assured the delegations of every possible
cooperation from the state government including making available land, power,
water and skilled workers. Himanshu Patel of Trenton Solar informed that his
group will set up a Rs 600 crore production unit in the state. Land has already
been identified and DPR is under process for this.
He informed that the nano glass, paper and battery would
be produced by this unit. The nano battery would be paper thin which could be
charged even in moisture. It is much in demand in health sector. It would not
require sunlight for charging. He also showed the paper that would be charged
by sunlight and would shine in the night. It is very useful in traffic system.
Vipin Bhardwaj of DyeSpark from New Jersey informed
that he is going to establish an IT unit in the state. For this 5 acre land has
been identified at Indore. Action is in progress with IT department to obtain
this land. He praised the fast working of the Chief Minister Chouhan saying
that he met him only a week ago and now the process is on to set up the unit in
Satyendra M.Gupta of UST Global informed that one of his
units is operational in Kerala. Spread over 16 acre this units has employed 43
thousand persons. Another such unit would be set up in Madhya Pradesh that
would employee over 10 thousand persons in the first phase. He said that he
would also impart skill required for this unit. His group would give priority
to people of weaker and deprived sections in the training, he added.