LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh government prioritises maintaining excellent law and order along with making ease of doing business, said Brajesh Pathak, the deputy chief minister.
Specifically in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) sector, he claimed that the government is working and taking the required actions to increase employment prospects in the state and attract investment.
Pathak was speaking at a two-day seminar that was put on by the Ministry of MSME, Union Government, and the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM).
The conference is being held as the nation celebrates the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence with the goal of enhancing the competitiveness of cottage and small-scale industries.
The deputy chief minister praised ASSOCHAM for hosting this conference in Lucknow, in which businesspeople from all over the world are participating, and pledged to provide the organisation with all the assistance it needs in its efforts to encourage investment in the state. He claimed that in order to improve the environment for investors in the state, his government initially concentrated on enhancing law and order.
Entrepreneurs who used to shy away from investing in U.P have begun doing so now the situation has changed. There is a sizable market in addition to the availability of skilled labour.