BHOPAL : The climate for investment has improved in Madhya Pradesh following the recent Global Investors Summit. Investors from world over wish to come to Madhya Pradesh. The Prime Minister has also lauded Madhya Pradesh. MP’s branding has been done as an ideal investment destination. This is a golden opportunity. Madhya Pradesh should be transformed by availing benefit of this situation actively. Now, Madhya Pradesh has to be made pioneer in industries along with agriculture.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan said this while chairing a follow- up meeting of Global Investors Summit here on Tuesday.
Chauhan said that he dreams with eyes open. ‘ Do not let enthusiasm die out.
Madhya Pradesh has to be transformed as fully developed state in 4 years. Ego of any public representative or officers should not impede this approach of the government”, he said.
Chauhan said that bringing investment to Madhya Pradesh is the decision of state’s elected government.
All ministers and officers must have pro- active approach for this. Take brave decisions in the state’s interest and adhere strictly to time- limit. Every department should maintain information about concerning investors and keep in touch with them. New investors should also be contacted.
This is a continuous process.
Pay attention to ” Ease of Doing Business”. Importance should be paid to all kinds of industries including major, medium and small ones to make Madhya Pradesh pioneer in investment sector.
CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan addresses a meeting for the follow- up of Global Investors Summit ( GIS) at Mantralaya on Tuesday.
Every investor to have unique identification code C hief Secretary anthony de Sa gave a presentation on achievements of Global Investors Summit and follow- up action. The Chief Secretary informed that every investor will be given a Unique Identification Code Number before October 31. Nodal officer of concerning department will contact investor and get prepared DPR of his project in November- December next. Following this, a combined application will be presented to TRIFAC, which has evolved a system for online monitoring and tracking of investment proposals. Of these, 99 proposals are worth over Rs. 500 crore each. A special officer each will be appointed for separate monitoring of these proposals. The Chief Secretary will undertake review every Thursday. Monthly report will also be presented before the cabinet.