Several leading companies have offered an investment to the tune of about Rs 1700 crore in Haryana in the field of electronics, solar energy and beverages.
The offer was made by representatives of various leading companies during the one-on-one meeting held with Haryana Industries Minister Vipul Goel during the road show organized at Mumbai in run up to the Pravasi Haryana Divas scheduled to be held at Gurugram.
Haryanvis residing in 16 different countries have also been invited for the Pravasi Diwas Programme to be organized at Gurugram on January 10, 2017.
While the Essel Group has offered an investment of Rs 100 crore, Videocon Group has offered to invest about Rs 150 crore in the tate. Similarly, PLG Clean Energy Group has proposed to invest Rs 1300 crore for the production of 250 MW solar energy whereas, Asahi Group of Japan has offered an investment of Rs 150 crore for the setting up of beverage plant.
Goel while addressing the industrialists said that Haryana has become a favourite destination for the entrepreneurs to make investment and also to set up their units.
He said that new schemes are being prepared to attract investors in the state. During the Swaran Jayanti Year of Haryana, various development works will be undertaken for the welfare of people, said the Minister.
The Industries Minister said that 136 kilometer Kundli-Manesar- Palwal (KMP) Expressway would be completed within 400 days. After completion of this expressway, a special zone would be developed in the area alongside the road to give boost to trade activities.
He said that the Skill Development Mission has been established to boost skill development in the State. Apart from this, training would also be imparted to those who intended to establish new industries in the state, he added.
Rajya Sabha MP from Haryana and chairman Essel Group, Subhash Chandra said that various new schemes have been implemented during the last two years and as a result of these new dimensions of development has been established in the state.
He added that new industrialists would set up their units in Haryana at large scale in the time to come.
Chandra said that he himself has adopted five villages of district Hisar and these villages would be made model villages. He lamented that development had taken a back seat in Haryana during the last 50 years.
Principal Secretary, Industries Devender Singh apprised the industrialists about various schemes of the State Government. He said that efforts have been made to connect the people of Haryana origin from their own land and soil.