Ranchi, Sept 22: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das today said that the state was ushering in an era of industrial growth and has geared up to attract suitable investments.
The investor-meet roadshow was a platform to lure investors who would become longterm partners in the burgeoning development of one of the countrys youngest states, Das said during the G2B (Govt to Business) interaction in Mumbai to boost investments in varied sectors, a government release here today said.
The Jharkhand Chief Secretary Rajbala Verma and other government officials had one-on-one meetings with more than two dozen investors in the sectors, which included food processing, education, urban infrastructure, IT/ITes, power, industrial automation, hospitality, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, gems and jewellery, tourism and solid waste management, the release said.
At the industry interactive session, industrialists, investors and Chief Executive officers from various industries were invited and during the meeting they were informed about the opportunities, resources available, prospects of investments in different fields and positive industrial environment available in the state, the release said.
"The Industry interactive sessions proved extremely successful in order to inform the potential investors that a positive industrial environment is ready in the state for them to invest. In addition, the investors were informed about the various new policies that were launched in the last one year and six new policies which were launched during the roadshow yesterday," the release said.