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मुख्यमंत्री योगी आदित्यनाथ
मुख्यमंत्री योगी आदित्यनाथ

India setting new milestones of development in the able leadership of Prime Minister and is now headed to become an economic superpower : Chief Minister

Uttar Pradesh committed to discharging its role in the development journey

State Government implementing investor friendly policies

Government will extend all possible help to industrialists

Uttar Pradesh is the epicentre of political and economic activities

Chief Minister addresses Road Show organized in Mumbai

Mumbai roadshow organized to invite investors, industrialists, entrepreneurs to the ‘UP Investors Summit2018’ to be organized in Lucknow on 21-22 February, 2018

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said that India, under the able leadership of Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi is setting new records of development and is now headed to become an economic superpower. Uttar Pradesh too, he added is committed to discharging its role in the development journey. He also pointed out that the state was now fast becoming an attractive investment destination and the state government was rolling out investor friendly policies to make the best use of these natural conditions. The Chief Minister made these observations in his address at the road show organized at hotel Trident at Nariman Point in Mumbai.

The Mumbai roadshow has been organized to invite investors, industrialists, entrepreneurs to the ‘UP Investor Summit-2018’ to be organized in Lucknow on 21-22 February, 2018. Extending the invitation to investors to attend this summit, the Chief Minister stated that the picture of UP had changed drastically in the past nine months. Rule of law has been implemented in the state and the state government is observing a ‘zero tolerance’ policy towards criminals and the corrupt.

Referring to the growing faith of investors in Uttar Pradesh, the Chief Minister recalled how a delegation of Canadian businessman had shown positive interest in the state and added that in the past nine months, the State Government had worked hard and relentlessly to create a conducive environment for investment in the state and has done away with all road blocks that were coming in this way.

The Chief Minister further added that Uttar Pradesh was the epicentre of economic and political activities in the country and pointed out that the changes ushered by his government were encouraging for the state. He also assured all possible help to the investors and informed them of implementation of the Industrial Investment and Employment Promotion Policy-2017.

A State Investment Promotion Board has been constituted to fast track decision making and clearance for industrial projects in the state, the Chief Minister further informed. The Board has many prominent industrialists. Yogi also pointed out that the state government was paying special attention to development of industrial parks. Region specific parks like Pharma, food parks, IT parks, Leather parks, textile parks, plastic parks etc. are being developed. The state government, he added, was also taking steps in consonance of Government of India’s policy of ‘ease of doing business’.

Under this, processes are being simplified and all industrial services, clearances, approvals, permissions and licenses will be provided through a single, dedicated portal which is being developed. This will be monitored by the Chief Minister’s office.

For better law and order, a special police force is also being raised for industrial clusters and regions. On lines of ‘Make in India’, a decision has been taken to create a ‘Make in UP’ department as well.

The Chief Minister also said that to reduce pressure of population on agriculture and to increase the income of farmers, an investor friendly food processing policy has also been implemented by the state government and on similar lines, a new solar energy policy, UP Information Technology and Start-up Policy and UP Electronics Manufacturing Policy have also been implemented.

Very soon, a handloom and textile, tourism, film and dairy policies will also be implemented. Yogi further said that the state government had taken serious initiatives to connect all regions of the state with other states and other than the Agra-Lucknow Expressway, Poorvanchal Expressway and Bundelkhand Expressway were being developed so that they becomes vehicles of better connectivity.

Time for transportation of goods and commodities will be hugely cut by the ‘Western and Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridors’ passing through the state and on both sides of the ‘Western Dedicated Freight Corridor’ a Delhi-Mumbai industrial corridor is also being developed, the Chief Minister informed.

The Chief Minister said that permission has been granted for the Jewar Airport by the Union Government and attracted the attention of the industrialists on the state’s Civil Aviation Policy which offered unlimited opportunities. He also announced that unified industrial groups will be established in the state.

Yogi also said that UP with its 22 crore population offered a huge market which also provided a good lot of skilled hands. Establishing industries in the state will lead to job creation in a large scale and also provide opportunities to investors and industrialists to earn foreign currency, Yogi observed.

Before this, the state’s Industrial Development Minister Mr. Satish Mahana addressed the industry captains and offered them all possible help for investing in the state. He also assured them of protection of their investment as they join hands in the development journey of Uttar Pradesh.

Chief Secretary of Uttar Pradesh Mr. Rajeev Kumar while addressing the road show echoed similar sentiments and informed that by February 2018, the state secretariat would have an
e-governance system in place.

IIDC Mr. Anoop Chandra Pandey in a presentation showed the potential UP offers to investors and industrialists. He also welcomed the industry representatives who had come to attend the Mumbai event. The road show was also addressed by Renew Power Ventures Pvt. Ltd. Chairman Mr. Sumant Sinha.

Others who attended the road show included senior officials of the state government, industrialists Mr. KK Modi, Mr. Ashok Hinduja, MD/CEO of Tata Chemicals Mr. R Mukundan, Film Producer Mr. Boney Kapoor, Mr. Anurag Kashyap, Mr. Rahul Mitra, Mr. Randeep Hudda and many more acclaimed personalities.

UP CM Yogi Adityanath is heading a highlevel ‘Road Show’ at Mumbai tomorrow
Prominent industrial houses like Reliance, Tata & Bajaj will take part in the roadshow

Roadshow will attract huge investments

Youth will get large employment opportunities

The Uttar Pradesh Government, with an objective to creating an atmosphere to attract industrial investment for the state and for providing employment opportunities to the youth of the state on a large scale, is organizing the ‘Investor’s Summit 2018’ on 21st & 22nd February 2018 in Lucknow. To make this summit a grand success, Yogi Adityanath the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh is heading a highlevel ‘Road Show’ at the Hotel Trident, Nariman Point, tomorrow (22nd December 2017) from 10:30 a.m. A large number of the Captains of the Industry would take part in this important meeting.

Besides, the Chief Minister, the Industrial Development Minister, Mr. Satish Mahana will be present to grace the occasion. The State Chief Secretary Mr. Rajiv Kumar and Industrial & Infrastructure Development Commissioner Dr. Anup Chandra Pandey would lead a delegation of senior officers of the State.

The State Government is committed to establish a strong industrial infrastructure so that the youth could be provided with employment opportunities. By implementing the new Industrial Investment & Employment Promotion Policy 2017, IT policy & policies regarding setting up of startups in UP besides, food processing & agro policies, the State Government is creating an atmosphere conducive for the industry.

A large number of prominent industrial houses are expected to take part in the Investor Summit 2018 being held in Lucknow on 21st & 22nd February 2018. The prominent industrialists taking part in tomorrow’s Mumbai Road Show include Mr. Mukesh Ambani (Reliance Group), Mr. Ratan Tata of Tata Trusts, Mr. N. Chandrashekharan of Tata Sons, Mr. Pawan Goenka of Mahendra & Mahendra, Mr. Subhash Chandra of Essel Group, Mr. Ashok Hinduja of Hinduja Group, Mr. Deepak Parekh of HDFC, Mr. Shekhar Bajaj of Bajaj Electricals, Mr. Arvind Lalbhai of Arvind Group, Mr. Sudhir Mehta of Torrent Group, Mr. Madhusudan Agrawal of Ajanta Pharma and others.

This Road Show would succeed in attracting investment on largescale, which in turn would ensure all-round development of the state and job opportunities for the youth.