Indore: An investor conference was organized in Madhya Pradesh's financial capital named Magnificent MP. Inaugurating the program, the state CM Kamal Nath while addressing the industrialists said that "this is not fare, but is an opportunity to create employment for the youth. The conference, which is being held in the cleanest city of the country, will not only sign MoUs. Our government has seen and learned a lot in 10 months. We have done many tasks here from impossible to impossible. After this conference, 900 industrialists will put their stamp on 92 proposals worth 72 thousand crores".
Metro service will start soon in Indore and Bhopal. 70 per cent of the state's population is agriculture-based. With the coming into government, we waived 20 lakh farmers loans. To get enough water, our government started Right to Water. CM said in his address that the state is not only the tiger capital of the country but now it has to be made the hub of industries as well. Finished goods can be delivered from this state to any corner of the country in a day. A better investment climate has been created in the state. The startup policy in MP is easier than other states. Apart from the cities here, investors also reached villages and towns.
Earlier, at the inauguration of the program, Speaker N.P. Prajapati, Adi Godrej, Dilip Sanghavi, Sanjeev Puri, Vikram Kirloskar and M. Srinivasan were also present. More than 900 industrialists have arrived from all over the country to participate in this investor conference. Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries, addressed the inaugural session via a webcast. Apart from Ambani, Kumar Mangalam Birla of Birla Group, Rajinder Gupta of Trident Group, Ravi Jhunjhunwala of HEG Group, Sanjeev Puri of ITC, Dilip Sanghvi of Sun Pharma, Vikram Kirloskar of Kirloskar Group, N. Cement of India Cement. Srinivasan, Adi Godrej of Godrej Group, Rakesh Mittal of Bharti AXA and Mark Geralt of Lab India also spoke.