Raghuvar on his way to get investments

July 31 2016

Industrialists are leaving Jharkhand in big numbers. Their common complaint is that neither are they getting land at reasonable prices, nor does the state have adequate water and power arrangements. The Naxals, too, are gaining strength, and getting competent labour in such a scenario isn’t easy either. Oblivious to all this, Jharkhand’s Chief Minister Raghuvar Yadav is excitedly organizing a big “Global Investor’s Meet” in February 16-17 in the state. For this, the chief minister is visiting different countries in his own chartered plane, and is networking to invite possible investors. This is when nearly all big industrialists and PSUs are already present in the state. Tata, Birla, Adani, Jindal, SAIL, NTPC, and Coal India are already present here. Despite that, caught in red-tapism, 22 mines are shut, which is a major worry for investors.

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