There are enough possibilities for investments in food processing industry, horticulture, floriculture, dairy, pisciculture and others, Das said at a meeting of stakeholders in New Delhi, according to an official release.
The people have given a stable government, ending unstable politics till 2014, he said.
The state had held Global Investors Summit in 2017, which was followed by four ground breaking programmes, paving the way for more than 62,000 jobs, Das said.
He also said that more than 17 lakh women got self-employment through more than one lakh sakhi mandal and through Mudra Yozana 14 lakh youth got self-employment.
And that is the reason why Agriculture Global Summit is being organised next month in the state, he added.
The state government has also the goal to support the farmers in making their income double, he further said.
Our goal is rural development and prosperity to the villages. Stress is on single window system, he said.
Eighty-nine MoUs signed in 2017 for food processing sector are on ground, he said adding a total 212 food processing units are functional in the state.
Fifty more foundation stones would be laid in the sector during the November Summit, he added.
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