CM Mohan Yadav took this big step for developed India
CM Mohan Yadav took this big step for developed India

Ujjain: To further PM Narendra Modi's vision of a developed India 2047, Dr. Mohan Yadav's government has prepared a new outline. Madhya Pradesh government is going to organize a special event named 'Regional Industrial Conclave Ujjain' in the city of Mahakal on 1st and 2nd March. This event is being organized at the Government Engineering College grounds located on Ujjain-Indore Road. Due to Amrit Kaal, ambitious development strategies of the state will be presented in the conclave.

On the first day of this conclave, there will be a detailed discussion on the possibilities and challenges of development in Madhya Pradesh. 400 well-known industrialists from the country and the state will participate in the program. The industrialists present will present their ideas and concepts as per the vision of CM Mohan Yadav. Due to this, Mohan Yadav cabinet and senior officers of the state will also be present. Industrialists from companies that have been invited for the event include Asian Paints, JSW, Cipla, Lugong, VE Commercial Vehicles, Tata Motors, Coca Cola, Ambuja Cement, Procter & Gamble, Donair Suitings & Shirtings and many more. Representatives of are included. Due to this, CM Mohan Yadav will also virtually inaugurate the economic activities being established in the state.

The second part of the conclave focuses on MSMEs and start-ups with a focus on dairy, agriculture, food and textile sectors. On the second day, ideas will be exchanged on innovation in the industry and the growing needs of consumers. On the second day of the conclave, there will be detailed discussions on tourism policy and development in the state. Ujjain is a symbol of religious tourism in Madhya Pradesh, hence due to this Ujjain has been given special focus. On this day, a session was completely organized on pharma and medical equipment. The increasing demand and facilities of this department will be discussed.
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