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State Government has created better environment and pro-trade policies in the state : Chief Minister
The Economic scenario in the state will be transformed after the Agra-Lucknow Expressway is completed
State Government promoting ‘Make in UP’
Government creating a mechanism on the lines of ‘108’ Ambulance so that police reaches crime scene in 10-15 minutes
Chief Minister addresses ‘ Vyapari Panchayat’
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mr. Akhilesh Yadav has said that his government had created an investor friendly environment in the state and had implemented pro-trader policies, benefits of which were now being reaped by the state.
It was due to the decisions of the state government, a large number of entrepreneurs were coming forward to invest in the state. Referring to the three solar power plants dedicated to the people yesterday, he said that urban and rural areas would get adequate electricity from next year.
The Chief Minister was today expressing his views at the ‘Vyapari Panchayat’ organized by the National Executive of the Samajwadi Vyapar Sabha. Saying that the Agra-Lucknow Expressway once completed would usher in a new era of economic development in the state, Mr. Yadav said on the sides of the expressway a large numbers of mandi’s were being established for potato, grains and milk. Entrepreneurs willing to set up industry on the sides of the expressway will also be extended all facilities, the Chief Minister said.
He also said that the state government was promoting ‘Make in UP’ in a big way so that the investment benefits the state. The Chief Minister also pointed out that as India was a huge market for the world, Uttar Pradesh, with its 22 crore population had a immense market base. Places like Bhadohi, Kanpur and Agra had immense potential as these places export items of leather and carpets worth several thousand crores.
Praising Kanpur-based leather businessman ‘Padma Shree’ Mr. Irshad Mirza, he said the Red Tape brand was known world over. The Chief Minister further stated that the state government was working for all-round development of the state and has earmarked major budgetary allocations for infrastructure projects due to which better investment climate has been created in the state.
Referring to law and order, Mr. Yadav said the state government was working towards creating a mechanism on the lines of the ‘108’ ambulance wherein police can reach the crime scene within 10-15 minutes. The state government is also establishing modern control rooms.
The state government, he pointed out, was taking decisions favouring small traders, industrialists and farmers. He also assured strict action against officials found harassing honest traders and businessmen. Mr. Yadav also said that the state government was following the ideals of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia by which a life of dignity is being given to all people in the state. Samajwadi Pension Scheme, was one such endeavour wherein woman heads of poor families were being given respect.
In the same way, through Akshaya Patra Organization, 1.25 lakh students in schools were being provided clean and hygenic food. Similarly, free laptop distribution to students had connected the students to the world. The Chief Minister also honoured well know industrialists Mr. Irshad Mirza, Mr. Surendra Gupta, Mr. Pankaj Agarwal, Mr. VP Agarwal, Mr. Dhananjay Agarwal, Mr. Shreeram Agarwal and Mr. Ghanshyam Khandelwal.
Prior to this, Khadi Gramudyog Minister Mr. Narad Rai welcomed the Chief Minister. On the occasion, chairman of the Commercial Tax Advisory Committee Mr. Hulash Rai Singhal apprised the Chief Minister in details of the problems faced by the trader community.