Speaking at Pravasi Bharatiya Sammelan, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has expressed the state government’s commitment to extend maximum facilities to Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) for establishing industries in the state.
Indian Diasporas residing in various parts of the world have brought laurels to both India and Madhya Pradesh, Chouhan said in the convention which is aimed at augmenting investments as well as establishing cordial relations with the NRIs having connection with or interest in state.
In the day long convention held at Hotel-Nur-us-Sabah, the chief minister said that an Integrated Industrial Township would be developed for NRIs between Bhopal and Indore. In addition, an NRI Cell is being constituted which will work under CM’s Secretariat.
He said that Madhya Pradesh, which boasts of three Global Heritages including Sanchi, Bhojpur and Bhimbethka, is in the heart of the country and free from terrorism, Naxalism and dacoit menace.
It may be mentioned that after being apprised of specialties of the state, a number of NRI industrialists have taken initiative for industrial development here.
Chouhan welcomed the NRIs from other states as well, saying that the state government would provide necessary infrastructure for industries to be set up by these industrialists.
He said that lands are cheaper in Madhya Pradesh as compared to other states, that government had constantly bettered the situation of power, roads and water and taken up speedy infrastructure development work.