Jharkhand is all set to attract investors from around the globe during the Investor’s summit in Mumbai. Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Tuesday had one to one meeting with several prospective investors including Tata Group Chairman Cyrus Mistry at Bombay House in Mumbai where they had a thorough discussion over the possibilities of putting up more industries in the State. The CM also will sign an MoU with Adani group for a 1,600 MW power plant at Rajmahal in Godda on Wednesday.
In the process of, realising his commitment to ensure diversified development of State, Das met several business tycoons and assured them of working in tandem with the vision of investor friendly environment.
Das on Tuesday met a number of industrialists and business heads including MD of Oracle Limited Sudhir Agrawal, Tata Steel MD T Narendran, CCL CMD Gopal Singh, Rajesh Adani of of Adani Group, Anshuman Ruia of Essar Group, Parimal Nathwani of Reliance, HEC CMD Abhijeet Ghosh, Chairman Tulsi Tanti of Suzlon, Joint Managing Director Manish Mandhana of Mandhana Industries Limited, Managing Director Prakash Jain of Inspira Limited, Chairman Ashish Pandey of Auri Care, Managing Director Srikanth Bassi of Carnival Group, Chief Executive Officer Rajgopalan Kishor Kumar of Vedanta Iron Ore and several heads of other companies of different fields.
Das requested Mistry to invest more in the State and increase production of the industries which have already been established here. The CM also requested the industrialists to explore avenues in Jharkhand.