As Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said that as India is headed to become an economic superpower, his state is committed to discharging its role in the development journey.

The CM said the state is now fast becoming an attractive investment destination and the state government is rolling out investor friendly policies to make the best use of these natural conditions. He made these observations in his address at the road show organised in Mumbai this week. The Mumbai roadshow has been organised to invite investors, industrialists, entrepreneurs to the “UP Investor Summit-2018” to be organised in Lucknow on 21-22 February 2018.

Extending the invitation to investors to attend this summit, the Chief Minister stated that the picture of UP had changed drastically in the past nine months. Rule of law has been implemented in the state and the state government is observing a “zero tolerance” policy towards criminals and the corrupt. Referring to the growing faith of investors in UP, the CM recalled how a delegation of Canadian businessmen had shown a positive interest in the state and added that his government has worked hard to create a conducive environment for investment.

He pointed out that UP was the epicentre of economic and political activities in the country and said that the changes ushered by his government were encouraging for the state. He also assured all possible help to the investors and informed them of implementation of the Industrial Investment and Employment Promotion Policy-2017. A State Investment Promotion Board has been constituted to fast-track decision making and clearance for industrial projects in the state, he informed.

Earlier, the state’s Industrial Development Minister Satish Mahana addressed the industry captains and offered them all possible help for investing in the state. Chief Secretary Rajeev Kumar said that by February 2018, the state secretariat would have an e-governance system in place.

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