Chandigarh, May 27 (UNI) The Haryana government is exploring the possibility to provide about 3,000 acres of land to Mitsui and Company India Private Limited of Japan adjoining Kundli-Manesar Express way in the National Capital Region (NCR) for setting up of a Japanese Industrial Park.
This was stated by Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda while presiding over a meeting with a seven-member delegation of Japan led by Chairman of Mitsui and Company India Pvt Ltd here today.
Mr Hooda apprised the delegation that 70 per cent Japanese companies had invested in Haryana and their preferred destination was Gurgaon.
He said Gurgaon had the highest value of acquisition of land in India. He suggested that the industrial park could be set up in Jhajjar district as a railway line from Rohtak to Rewari via Jhajjar had been sanctioned by the Union Railway Ministry and after the construction of this railway line business and industrial hubs would flourish in Jhajjar and Rewari districts.
The Chief Minister directed the Managing Director of Haryana State Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation Rajeev Arora that suitable land for setting up of a Japanese industrial park be identified in the vicinity of National Capital Region area.
To meet the power and irrigation needs in the Gurgaon, he said that about 5000 MW additional power would be added in the power kitty during next three years besides a NCR channel was also being constructed at a cost of Rs 225 crore to meet the growing needs of water in NCR area.
Mr Hooda apprised the delegation that better connectivity would be available in the NCR area after the construction of 109 km long KMP Express way as it would also be connected with the National Highway No 1, 2 and 10.
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