Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar while holding an important meeting with Ambassadors of India to 7 countries said that Haryana has made swift progress in agriculture as well as in industries and business sector.
“Haryana has a huge potential for industrial investment, major industries from country and abroad are continuously investing in the State. For this reason, major industries not from the country but from abroad are setting up their industrial units here. The State Government is continuously formulating new schemes to offer favorable business environment in State,” said Khattar
Be it IT sector or car manufacturing, Haryana has created a unique identity in the industrial sector. This progress will increase more rapidly in the future, said the Chief Minister.
Pradip Kumar Yadav, Ambassador of India to Liberia, Ram Karan Verma, Ambassador of India to Democratic Republic of the Congo, Pradeep Kumar Rawat, Ambassador of India to China, Dr Neena Malhotra, Ambassador of India to Italy, Yogeshwar Sangwan, Ambassador of India to Paraguay, Pooja Kapur, Ambassador of India to Denmark and Ashok Kumar, High Commissioner of India to Zambia attended the meeting.
The Chief Minister said that Haryana is an agrarian state, but along with agriculture, this state has also made its mark in industries and business. Today, investors from all over the world are reaching Haryana.
“Keeping this in mind, the state government is providing land at a concessional rate. Besides this, different subsidies are being given to industries. The state government is giving Rs 48,000 annually to the companies which are coming to these industrial areas and giving employment to the youth of Haryana,” said Khattar.
The Chief Minister said that the State Government is making continuous plans to flourish the industrial and service sectors in the State. Plans are also being made for the development of the service sector and investment by foreign companies in this sector is also been ensured. This has increased employment opportunities for the youth in the service sector, added the CM
The Chief Minister said that new schemes are being introduced in the IT, health, and medical sector. Besides this, new schemes are also being made according to the need and demands of different industries.
“Haryana’s ranking in Ease of Doing Business is also very good. If we talk about transportation, which is considered the first requirement of the industries, expressways are being built continuously in Haryana. Besides this, Haryana also has the advantage of being close to Delhi airport. Hisar Airport is also being developed which will directly facilitate the industries,” said Khattar.
The Chief Minister said that different schemes are being formulated on the One Block – One Product approach. The PADMA Scheme has been launched for the MSME sector. Under this scheme, the focus is being laid on the 40 new clusters. With the development of cluster infrastructure, new industries are being established in the state. Due to this employment opportunities are increasing and youth are also getting more and more jobs, added the CM
The Chief Minister said that in order to develop the industrial area, infrastructure works like roads, sewerage, electricity and water are being completed with a target so that more and more investors are attracted. The work related to getting government approval is being completed through Single Window System.
Discussion held regarding Aspirational district Nuh
The Chief Minister also held discussion about the issue related to the Aspirational district Nuh with the Indian ambassadors. The ambassadors also shared experiences of their visit to Gurugram district and Aspirational district Nuh on Monday and also gave suggestions regarding the implementation of schemes and policies of the state government.