Indian envoys in seven countries meet Haryana CM Khattar
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday briefed India’s seven Heads of Missions in foreign countries on the rapid progress the state has made in agriculture, industries and the business sector .
“Haryana has huge potential for industrial investment and major industries from home and abroad are continuously investing in the state,” Khattar said, adding that the state government has come up with new programs offering a favorable business environment in the state.
India’s six ambassadors are Pradip Kumar Yadav (Liberia), Ram Karan Verma (Congo), Pradeep Kumar Rawat (China), Neena Malhotra (Italy), Yogeshwar Sangwan (Paraguay) and Pooja Kapur (Denmark). Ashok Kumar, India‘s High Commissioner to Zambia, also attended the meeting.
The Chief Minister said that although Haryana is an agrarian state, Haryana has also made its mark in industries and business.
“Investors from all over the world are coming to Haryana. Keeping this in mind, the state government provides land at a concessional rate. Different grants are given to industries,” Khattar said, adding that new programs are being introduced in the IT, health and medical sectors.
“Haryana’s ranking in the ‘Ease of Doing Business’ category is also very good,” he said.
Khattar said that in order to develop the industrial zone, infrastructure works such as roads, sewers, electricity and water are being completed under tight deadlines to attract more investors. . Work related to obtaining government approval is being completed through a one-stop-shop system.
The Chief Minister also held a discussion on the issue related to Nuh Ambitious District with the Indian Ambassadors who also shared experiences from their visit to Gurugram District and Nuh Ambitious District on Monday and also made suggestions regarding the implementation of government programs and policies. government.
Khattar said Haryana has formed the Foreign Cooperation Department with a view to giving Haryana a global identity and establishing the state as a preferred destination for investors.