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Chinese cos shouldn't be given land in MP for investment: SJM

Press Trust of India  |  Indore 

Opposing government's invitation to representatives from for the upcoming Global Investors' Summit (GIS), an RSS-affiliate body today said that country should not given even an inch of land in the state for investment as it is "providing financial assistance to to fan anti-activities".

The government will hold its flagship event on October 22 and 23.



"has been constantly providing financial assistance to to fan anti-activities. Hence, we demand the state government should immediately withdraw the invites given to representatives from for the two-day GIS," Suresh Bijolia, Indore-Ujjain convenor of Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM), said in a statement.

"We also demand from the Chief Minister that no Chinese company should be given an inch of land in the state."

Bijolia said they have handed over a memorandum addressed to Chief Minister to Indore Divisional Commissioner's office regarding their demands.

On October 10 here, MP Industries Minister Rajendra Shukla had said that the goods made in were being opposed in India. But, if the Chinese companies invest in and start their production, the move will give fillip to the 'Make in India' campaign, he had said.

Chinese investment in would generate employment for local residents and rev up state's revenue, he had said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Chinese cos shouldn't be given land in MP for investment: SJM

Opposing Madhya Pradesh government's invitation to representatives from China for the upcoming Global Investors' Summit (GIS), an RSS-affiliate body today said that country should not given even an inch of land in the state for investment as it is "providing financial assistance to Pakistan to fan anti-India activities". The Madhya Pradesh government will hold its flagship event on October 22 and 23. "China has been constantly providing financial assistance to Pakistan to fan anti-India activities. Hence, we demand the state government should immediately withdraw the invites given to representatives from China for the two-day GIS," Suresh Bijolia, Indore-Ujjain convenor of Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM), said in a statement. "We also demand from the Chief Minister that no Chinese company should be given an inch of land in the state." Bijolia said they have handed over a memorandum addressed to Chief Minister to Indore Divisional Commissioner's office regarding their demands. On ... Opposing government's invitation to representatives from for the upcoming Global Investors' Summit (GIS), an RSS-affiliate body today said that country should not given even an inch of land in the state for investment as it is "providing financial assistance to to fan anti-activities".

The government will hold its flagship event on October 22 and 23.

"has been constantly providing financial assistance to to fan anti-activities. Hence, we demand the state government should immediately withdraw the invites given to representatives from for the two-day GIS," Suresh Bijolia, Indore-Ujjain convenor of Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM), said in a statement.

"We also demand from the Chief Minister that no Chinese company should be given an inch of land in the state."

Bijolia said they have handed over a memorandum addressed to Chief Minister to Indore Divisional Commissioner's office regarding their demands.

On October 10 here, MP Industries Minister Rajendra Shukla had said that the goods made in were being opposed in India. But, if the Chinese companies invest in and start their production, the move will give fillip to the 'Make in India' campaign, he had said.

Chinese investment in would generate employment for local residents and rev up state's revenue, he had said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Chinese cos shouldn't be given land in MP for investment: SJM

Opposing government's invitation to representatives from for the upcoming Global Investors' Summit (GIS), an RSS-affiliate body today said that country should not given even an inch of land in the state for investment as it is "providing financial assistance to to fan anti-activities".

The government will hold its flagship event on October 22 and 23.

"has been constantly providing financial assistance to to fan anti-activities. Hence, we demand the state government should immediately withdraw the invites given to representatives from for the two-day GIS," Suresh Bijolia, Indore-Ujjain convenor of Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM), said in a statement.

"We also demand from the Chief Minister that no Chinese company should be given an inch of land in the state."

Bijolia said they have handed over a memorandum addressed to Chief Minister to Indore Divisional Commissioner's office regarding their demands.

On October 10 here, MP Industries Minister Rajendra Shukla had said that the goods made in were being opposed in India. But, if the Chinese companies invest in and start their production, the move will give fillip to the 'Make in India' campaign, he had said.

Chinese investment in would generate employment for local residents and rev up state's revenue, he had said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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