Chief Minister Raghubar Das named some of the steps his Government is taking in the field of industrial development and in the way of making path easier for investors coming to the State. He underlined the areas such as law and order, bureaucracy, mines and minerals besides, basic reforms into labour laws where reforms are lined up.
Speaking in a round table meet organised by ‘Business Standard’ in association with CCL and Burnpur Cement on Tuesday, the CM said that the people of the State cannot wait longer for development.
“If the Prime Minister’s pet project ‘Make in India’ is to succeed, ‘Make in Jharkhand’ has to play its role here. We have taken several steps in the direction after coming into power. Within eight months we have a land bank, done labour reforms which has placed Jharkhand third in the country and has rolled out Right to Services Act across the Departments,” said the CM.
He, on the occasion, also laid out his future plans which are aimed at boosting confidence of investors. This include 24x7 highway patrol within 3-4 months starting with Jamshdpur- Ranchi in the next one month, round the clock power supply, allocation of minerals to small and medium industries through State owned JSMDC and many more.