Rs 28,000 cr invested in Haryana in 3 years: Hooda

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Chandigarh, Mar 4 (UNI) An investment of Rs 28,000 crore has been made in Haryana during the three years of the Hooda government as against a total of Rs 40,000 crore invested in the state during the last 40 years.

Besides, projects worth Rs 60,000 crore are in pipeline, Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda in a message issued on the eve of completion of three years of the government.

He said during this period the lingering problem of power shortage had also been dealt with by initiating new projects to add 5000 MW of generation capacity.

''We have also succeeded in creating an industrial friendly climate, which is now paving the way for rapid industrialisation and opened ample avenues for employment.

During last three years, the present government has succeeded in infusing a sense of confidence amongst the people who were earlier living in an atmosphere of fear. He said that last three years have witnessed to a silent socio-economic revolution, which has touched the life of every section of the society in the state.

Today, Haryana ranks among the best financially managed States, has the highest per capita income- except the small State of Goa- and it is among the top ranking States in per capita investment in the country. The State has got appreciation from the Planning Commission of India for its prudent fiscal management and from the UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi for effective implementation of its innovative schemes.

Reiretating that fight against corruption would continue Hooda said that the Government was committed to root out this social malady.

He said: "Today, my vision is the vision of every citizen of Haryana and together we shall succeed in developing Haryana as number one state in the country." MORE UNI MA BK1924

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