Leading industry groups show interest in Chhattisgarh

RAIPUR : Senior office bearers of various leading industrial groups of nation and abroad have showed their keen interest to make investments in Chhattisgarh. These leading industrial dignitaries met with Chhattisgarh chief minister Dr Raman Singh during a road show and investors’ meet programme at Mumbai on Thursday and discussed about the possibilities of investments in the state.  On the occasion, a five member delegation of American Chamber of Commerce also met with the chief minister Dr Raman Singh. During the meeting, American counsel general in Mumbai Peter Hoss was also present. The members of delegation were Bank of America’s president and country head Kaku Nakhate, president of Goldman Satchess Sonjoy Chatterjee, managing director of Thomas Reuters Swarup Chatterjee, MD of Crown World-wide movers Shri Nivas Krishanan and Country human resources officer of CT India Company Anuranjeeta Kumar.  Along with American delegation, various delegation of leading Indian industrial groups like chairman of Hinduja Group Ashok Hinduja, vice president of Tata Steel Muthu Raman, commercial head of Tata Sons and Steel Madhu Kanan, managing director of Ruby Group Dr Dinesh Lakhani and Ashok Gajera, chairman cum managing director of Mahendra Export Mahendra Shah, vice president of Kotek Mahindra Tushar Trivedi, Corporate Banking chairman of Yes Bank Sanjay Mandavkar and various other office bearers of leading industrial groups were present.

Police to probe into letter

RAIPUR : The chief minister secretariat has taken the matter of forged letter received in the name of authority cell. The case is being handed over to police superintendent for investigations. Guilty people will be punished strictly. CM’s secretary K Subramaniam said the news published in some of the local newspapers regarding issuing of a cheque of Rs 5.66 lakhs by his signatures is a false news.  Subramaniam said for the works of scheduled caste development authority no any amount’s cheque is being issued from CM secretariat and authority cell. Subramaniam added that on the concerned letter of issuing said cheque, the signatures are not of him and someone has forged his signatures on that letter.  Notably, two people had brought that letter at the CM secretariat on May 18, 2011, which was addressed to commissioner, Chhattisgarh Development Authority and it was showed that the letter was issued from CM secretariat. While on prima-facie investigation, it was cleared that the person, in whose name the letter was issued was not in service under Chhattisgarh government. The matter of that letter was completely improper and the language of the letter is not used in official letters.

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