Bhagwant Mann's government reversed trend of industry migration from state - says Arvind Kejriwal

450 industries from other states have shifted their operations in Punjab during the last few months.

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Friday that due to the strenuous efforts of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, Punjab is today witnessing a reverse trend as numbers of industries from other states are migrating to it to set up their ventures.

Addressing the gathering during Sarkaar Sannatkaar Milni here today, the Delhi Chief Minister said that 450 industries from other states have shifted their operations to Punjab during the last few months.

He said that this is contrary to the earlier trend when the exodus of industry was taking place to other states from Punjab. Arvind Kejriwal said that this is the result of the hard work put in by the Punjab Chief Minister to make the state a frontrunner in every sphere.

The Delhi Chief Minister said that the Bhagwant Singh Mann government had inherited a system when industry from the state was fleeing to other states.

He said that the industries were fed up with the extortion system that prevailed in the state during the tenure of the previous regimes.

However, Arvind Kejriwal said that the Punjab Chief Minister restored the faith of industrialists by providing them with an industrially friendly atmosphere coupled with a good law and order situation.

The Delhi CM categorically said that only Punjabis can break the monopoly of China in the industrial sector. He said that the Punjabi industries don’t have to compete with the industries in any other state, but they have to make efforts to defeat China in industrial growth.

CM Arvind Kejriwal said that this is the need of the hour, for which the Punjab government will extend all sorts of logistical support.

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The Delhi Chief Minister also batted for constituting a sector-specific task force to give a boost to industrial growth. He said that apart from the representatives of the industry, these task forces must also have the officers of the state government for planning and executing the strategy to boost the growth of these sectors.

CM Arvind Kejriwal envisioned that it would be helpful in ensuring the comprehensive growth of the industry in the state. He said that due to the concerted efforts of the state government, investments worth Rs 50840 crore have been roped in for the state.

The Delhi CM said that big industrial tycoons are coming up in the state by making huge investments in the state, for which the state government is extending a red carpet to them. Arvind Kejriwal said that with this initiative, more than 2.25 lakh youth will get employment in the state.

CM Arwind Kejriwal said that Punjab CM Bhagwant Singh Mann is the best CM Punjab has ever had, as the state is making rapid progress in every sector. He said that the state has heralded a revolution in the education and health sectors. Likewise, Arvind Kejriwal said that the Punjab government has taken several pro-people and development-oriented steps in the larger interests of the state and its people.

The Chief Minister said that the interaction is not for getting votes but to assure industry that we are with them. He said that now the purpose of this milni is to expand the local industry of the state by ten times.

Arvind Kejriwal said that the vision and ideas of industrialists, coupled with support from the state government, will help promote industry in the state.


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