Japanse Industrial Board members visited Indore-MP and they are ready for an investment of Rs 18,000 crore on metro and other projects.
In a bid to invite investment from Japan, Madhya PradeshChief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today said a special industrial township will be developed for investors from that country at Pithampur in Dhar district.
“In a bid to provide a fillip to investment, we are working on a plan to raise a special industrial township at Pithampur,” Chouhan told reporters after taking part in the Investment Promotion Seminar along with Japanese Ambassador to India, Kenji Hiramatsu and a visiting delegation of investors.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that Madhya Pradesh has conducive atmosphere for investment. He invited Japanese investors to invest in the state. For them, a world class industrial township will be developed at Pithampur. The township will provide them various facilities in accordance with Japanese culture, language and facilities including education, health, restaurant, market, entertainment etc.
The Chief Minister was addressing a Japanese investors’ seminar at Pithampur in Indore on Wednesday. Industries Minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia, Chief Secretary Anthony DeSa, industrialists from Japan Seji Takaji, Nayeshu Nagochi and CP Sharma were also present on the occasion.
Hardselling Madhya Pradesh as investment destination, Chouhan underlined that state has a huge land bank, 24 hours power supply, industrial peace among other facilities.
The Chief Minister said that Japan and India have friendly ties for centuries. They also share commercial and cultural relations. He called for further cementing these ties. The state has all the resources and facilities for investors. Madhya Pradesh is an island of peace. All basic facilities including power, roads and water are available here. There are better education facilities. Skilled manpower is also available. The state has industry-friendly policy, he added.
Chouhan said that single-table instead of single-window arrangement has been made for investors where problems of investors are being solved under one roof.
He informed that land bank of 25 hectares has been developed to set up industries. Investors can choose land online and they would be allotted the same immediately.
Japanese ambassador in India Kenji Hiramatsu said that several Japanese companies have invested in many Indian states including Chennai, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra etc. Now Madhya Pradesh has emerged as the strongest economic zone in India.
CM Chauhan said that we will name it “Nipponpuri” (Which means The Nation of Rising Sun) for the, and also ready to start management and technical courses in Japanese Language with the help of DAVV University Indore.
Comminer Sanjay Dubey, Collector P Narahari and AKVN MD Purshottam kumar were also present in this event with Mayor Malini Gaud.
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