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MP CM announces NRI Cell for early disposal of NRI investors’ cases: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced constitution of an NRI Cell in Madhya Pradesh during the inter-active session of 8th Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas conference in New Delhi on Saturday......Read Full

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has appealed to non-resident Indians to invest in technical and other educational institutions of private sector or public-private participation with a view to increasing the technical and educational skills. The Chief Minister was addressing the NRIs at the Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi on Saturday. Madhya Pradesh government will extend all possible help for this.


Chouhan has urged for establishing food and processing units in view of abundance of agricultural produce in Madhya Pradesh. Good quality of wheat, oilseeds and vegetables are grown in Madhya Pradesh. There are unlimited possibilities of agriculture-based food processing. On one hand ample material is available for setting up industries in Madhya Pradesh and on the other the state has ample land, power, water and skilled and unskilled manpower. Drawing attention towards global warming, Shri Chouhan said that still there is 30 percent forest cover in the state which is not only adding to the natural beauty but is also giving a challenge to global warming, an official Press release said.


Chief Minister Shri Chouhan told the NRIs that three investors' corridors are being constructed in Madhya Pradesh. A township will be established for non-resident Indians between Bhopal and Indore where all the facilities will be made available to non-resident Indian investors. The most sought-after thing for investment is peace. In this regard, Madhya Pradesh presents best conditions. Madhya Pradesh is an investor-friendly state where all the licences for land, power, water etc for establishing industries are provided at one place. A mines university is also being established in view of abundance of mineral resources in Madhya Pradesh where youths will be prepared for working in mining sector.


Chouhan invited the non-resident Indians to take part in the investors meets to be held at Bhopal and Indore on January 12 for investments in food processing sector. He also invited all the NRIs to visit Madhya Pradesh. A guest is like God for us and dearer to us than life. Madhya Pradesh will welcome the guests with the core of heart. There is no discrimination in Madhya Pradesh between east & west, north & south. Anyone who comes to Madhya Pradesh becomes a part of it.


Chief Minister Shri Chouhan also urged the NRIs to invest in power generation sector in the state in view of ample availability of coal in Madhya Pradesh. The power plants under construction these days will make the state self-reliant in its power related needs in some years. Not only this, but Madhya Pradesh will also supply surplus power to other states as well.


Those who also attended the Pravasi Bharti Diwas function included Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad, Minister for Overseas Indians Affairs Vyalar Ravi, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan, j & K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal and Planning Commission Deputy Chairperson Montek Singh Ahluwalia apart from large number non-resident Indians.











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