Bhopal, Oct 24 (UNI) The Madhya Pradesh government has reconstituted the cabinet sub-committee on the implementation of the Information Technology (IT) Policy 2006, just ahead of a two-day global investors meet slated to be held at Indore on October 26.
The sub-committee will consider announcing special package and land allotment for big investors and will also decide on investment proposals in IT sector, including on infrastructure development.
The reconstituted sub-committee with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan as its Chairman comprises Mr Babulal Gaur (Commercial Tax), Mr Raghavji (Finance), Mr Jayant Kumar Malaiya (Industries), Mr Kailash Vijayvargiya (Public Works) and Mr Kamal Patel (Revenue), an official statement said today.
The sub-committee will hold its meeting every three months.
IT is a key area where the BJP government seeks investment as the mineral-rich state is yet to take off in the IT sector.
About 300 investors are likely to attend the two-day meet in which the government is hopeful of attracting big investment.