Monitor all GIM investment proposals: BCIC urges to set up working committee to monitor GIM proposals
Madhya Pradesh has received investment proposals worth Rs 4,31,555 crore during the two-day Global Investors Summit which concluded today at Indore. They would create direct and indirect employment for 24 lakh people. The state had received investment proposals of Rs 2,35,736 crore in the similar summit held in 2010 at Khajuraho.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said a high level committee under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary will monitor the progress of these investments on a weekly/regular basis. He also mentioned that an Investor Relationship Management System would be created to maintain a constant connect with the investors and ensure that the needed support is given to the industry.
He assured the investors that he would personally supervise all approvals from the government side for all investment proposals received during Global Investment Summit. Every month he would hold an exclusive review of these proposals for speedy approvals along with the concerned Ministers. Every investor will be assigned a ‘relationship officer’ from the Government side who will act as the single point of contact for the investors.
Global investment summit has become an epitome of success for attracting futuristic projects and investments in the State. the summit saw participation from over 15 countries and with over 2200 delegates. The ten sectoral seminars were attended by over 1500 delegates. The Global Investors Summit Exhibition saw the participation of over 50 exhibitors over an area of 20,000 sq ft with a representation from Quebec, Canada and companies such as Cadbury, Daulat Ram, Case New Holland, Liu Gong, Bharat Oman and many more.