• Aug 09, 2020 |

Skill Development & Industrial Training Department, Haryana

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  • CM made an impassioned appeal to the Indian American diaspora to invest in Haryana 17-08-2015

    • Chandigarh, August 17 -- Promising a conducive investment climate laced with ease-of-doing business and speedy decision-making, the Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal made an impassioned appeal to the Indian American diaspora to invest in Haryana in sectors like food processing, pharmaceuticals, IT, auto and defense production . While addressing a large community gathering  here today he assured the potential investors of a FINE i.e. Financial incentives and No Enhancements environment and a NIRBAADH i.e New Industrial Regulation By Automatic Approvals and Decentralization in Haryana regime for their investments to flourish.
    • Mr. Manohar Lal said that realizing fully well that business and trade need a favourable environment to grow, the Haryana Government has pulled all stops to prepare the pitch for small and medium enterprises in its new Enterprise Promotion Policy 2015. The Policy was committed to putting the state in high-growth orbit and building a strong and vibrant industrial economy through ease-of-doing business, giving a fillip to the existing units and taking industry to the backward hinterland of  the state." Besides, we are also laying stress on good governance and IT initiatives to quicken the pace of work”, the Chief Minister said. He said that though the PRANETA i.e. Professional and New Enterprenures' Tax Assistance he was hopeful of a massive spurt of investments in the medium, small and micro enterprises that would finally lead to the much needed Vistaar of industrial development across the state of Haryana.
    •           He highlighted the growth agenda iniiated by the Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi throgh programs like Make in India, Skilled India, Digital Indiaand Smart Cities and showcased Haryana as a fast growing 'industrial power house' and a 'veritable knowledge hub.' 
    • While emphasizing the importance of expanding cultural and tourism activities in the state, he urged the Indian American community to believe in the concept of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam and work tirelessly towards the progress not only of their country of residence but also their country of origin.
    • This community interaction was organized by Mr. Chandrakant Patel, Mr Atma Singh, Mr Jayesh Patel Mr R.P. Singh and Ram Kamath. The Industries and Commerce Minister, Haryana, Capt Abhimanyu was also present on this ocassion.