Chief Minister Trivendra Rawat shared information about the industrial summit to be held on September 27 and 28 in Haridwar. He said that this summit will be to follow up on the investment summit held last year. Investors from all over the country will also come to this summit, which will also promote industrial development in the state.
In the press conference, he said that in the 11 months, the state has so far invested Rs 17246 crore. This summit will solve the problems of the investors. Whatever MoUs have been signed by the state government so far, they will also be taken forward during this period.
Industrial Confederation of India (CII) and the Government of Uttarakhand are organizing this summit. It will churn the state and direction of industrialization in the state.
The event will be held at BHEL, Haridwar, while the exhibition will be held at Sidkul. The exhibition will include engineering, manufacturing, automobile sectors. Some new investment proposals are also expected to be signed on the MoU at the summit.