State stands fourth in industrial development, says Vipul Goel
Industries Minister Vipul Goyal has stated that after the BJP government came to power in the Centre and the state, Haryana had attained fourth position in the industrial development from its earlier 29th position.
He was addressing the Samadhan Divas (Solution Day) programme at the HSIIDC Complex, Kundli in Sonepat district. The programme was organised to redress the grievances of the industrialists. 30 out of 33 grievances were resolved by the minister at the event itself.
He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi had started 104 new public welfare schemes. There had been no news of any scam since the BJP government came to power.
- “In an investment meet held recently, the state government signed an MoU for investment of Rs 3.66 lakh crore against the investment target of Rs one lakh crore,” he said.
Explaining that the new industrial policy had been finalised after taking suggestions from the industrial associations, Sh. Goyal said the new industrial policy had encouraged investment and setting up of new industrial units.
He said the state government would leave no stone unturned to make Haryana number one state in the country in industrial development.
Sh. Goel also noted that the number of National Highways in the state had increased from eight to 20 in the last three years. He also made several announcements to further boost industrial growth in Sonepat district.
Sonepat MP Ramesh Kaushik, BJP’s state media in charge Rajiv Jain, and Managing Director of the HSIIDC Raja Sekhar Vundru, also spoke on the occasion.