CM Yogi bonds with businesses in Mumbai, rolls out red carpet for industrialists
Rolling out red carpet to businessmen, UP CM Yogi Adityanath stressed on the huge manpower resource of the state not as crucial ingredient for setting up businesses and also serving as a big market.
New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath, on two-day visit to Mumbai, interacted with top honchos of business and Bollywood community and invited them to set up businesses in the state.
Rolling out red carpet for them in the most populous state, CM Yogi assured them of security, respect and conducive environment in the ‘new Uttar Pradesh’.
“We will give you safety, security, respect and conducive atmosphere for setting up your businesses , ” he said while enthusing confidence that Uttar Pradesh is soon going to compete with the best of the world in the field of basic infrastructure in near future.
CM Yogi stressed on the huge manpower resource of the state not as crucial ingredient for setting up businesses and also serving as a big market. UP CM spoke about some landmark projects being taken shape in the state while pointing out that there has been a lot of investment potential in Tourism, One District One Product (ODOP), and MSME.
He said that the biggest greenfield airport of the Asia is coming up in Jewar (Noida) while Purvanchal Expressway,, Purvanchal Link and Bundelkhand Expressway are under construction, the work on about 600 kms long Ganga Expressway, linking Meerut and Prayagraj, will commence in June 2021. These Expressways will have corridors along them which offer a good investment opportunity.
Medical Colleges on PPP model
The Chief Minister said that out of 75 districts in the state, many still require medical colleges and there is an opportunity for investors to make these colleges on PPP (public-private partnership) model.
“The state also requires super-speciality hospitals. Govt will extend full support if somebody wants to set up these hospitals,” CM Yogi said in meet with top businesses.
For example, Gorakhpur has many patients coming from Bihar and Nepal and the super-speciality hospitals are always needed there, he said.
The chief minister said that businesses should explore opportunities in Uttar Pradesh, which is a state of “unlimited possibilities”.
CM met top industrialists, businessmen
The top industrialists, businessmen and bankers who were present during the interaction included and bankers which will include N Chandrashekhar, the chairman of Tata Sons, Dr. Niranjan Hiranandai, the CMD of Hiranandani group, Baba Kalyani of Bharat Forge, Suprakash Chaudhary, CEO of Siemens Industry Software Ltd , S N Subramaniam, CEO and MD of L & T, Vikas Jain, the director of A K Capital Services, Varun Kaushik, the associate director of A K Capital Services, Sanjay Nair, Chairman of KKR Ltd, Jaspal Bindra, Chairman of Centrum Capital ltd, Amit Nayyar, the president of one 97 communications and Dr Govid Rujulu Chintala , the chairman of NABARD.