Chief Minister addressing the closing session
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Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan showered gifts for industrialists on the concluding day of the Global Investors Summit. He said that industrialists will not be allowed to wander in Madhya Pradesh. Even their work will not stop. There will be no need for construction, fire NOC, license and other permissions in the land marked for the industries and in the notified area. Industrialists should set up industries and start work. There will be no investigation for three years. Plug and play facility will be there in readymade and IT sector. With this, the business can be started even by investing less capital.
Addressing the two-day Seventh Global Investors Summit organized at the Brilliant Convention Center in Indore, Shivraj said that we have tied industrialists in the bond of love. Not a single penny of the investment made in Madhya Pradesh will go waste. Such an environment will be created that industrialists will increase investment. Dialogue, cooperation, coordination is our strategy. To solve the problems of industries, a portal is being made, which will start functioning from 26 January. Our team will follow up as soon as the details of the problem are posted on the portal. I myself will review those problems every month.
Union Ministers also appealed to the investors – come to Madhya Pradesh
Union Minister S. Jaishankar said that there has been rapid development in the infrastructure of Madhya Pradesh. There is no doubt about it. This will also increase investment. Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said that the government is working to increase the capacity of human resources. By 2030, we will become the third largest economy in the world. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan made Madhya Pradesh a developed state by removing it from the category of sick states. Union Minister Virendra Singh said that this is the right time to invest in Madhya Pradesh. It has become an industry friendly state. The industrialist investing here will be in profit. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that before 2003, the condition of this state was such that industrialists were migrating. Neither electricity was available properly, nor were there roads. Then the BJP government was formed and the state did not look back. Electricity is now available 24 hours. The road network has improved. This summit will prove to be a milestone in the development of Madhya Pradesh. Madhya Pradesh has also become the leading state in agricultural products.