Haryana Government signs five MOUs for projects during road show in Singapore

Haryana Government signs five MOUs for projects during road show in Singapore



The Haryana Government signed five MOUs for projects worth Rs 18,000 crore during the road show held in Singapore on Tuesday to showcase the investment potential and opportunities the “progressive state of Haryana offers,” an official release issued here said. More than 100 representatives from top companies in Singapore took part in the road show.

The MOUs pertain to setting up of townships, logistics parks, wellness projects, power transmission and distribution, affordable housing, green power generation, grain drying yards, aviation hub, industrial infrastructure and smart cities.

Addressing Singapore-based investors during the road show, Chief Minister Manohar Lal outlined the great investment opportunities Haryana offered. Making a strong pitch for Haryana as a preferred investment destination, he said the state provided a very conducive eco-system for growth of enterprises.

Relationship managers would be appointed for handholding the investors through the lifecycle of the project. He also assured them of the hassle-free business environment and wholehearted support of his government.

Sharing his vision for Haryana, the Chief Minister said, “We aim at promoting Haryana as a vibrant and competitive destination internationally. We want to make the state a corporate capital, an industrial hub and a residential and entertainment centre while retaining the edge it enjoys in manufacturing, services and knowledge sectors.”

It is going to be Destination Haryana all the way during the coming years. A clear vision, political will, good governance, empathy, empowerment, partnership and creativity will be the keywords to drive the future growth and success of Haryana, he asserted.


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