Ranchi: After dedicating Cargo Complex to people at Birsa Munda Airport, Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that all divisions of the state will get air connectivity.
“The state government is ready to give all facilities to Civil Aviation Department. We endeavor to start air- connectivity in 3-4 months. Jharkhand has ample scope to prosper. The whole world is willing to invest in Jharkhand,” said the CM.
Das said that the state is developing dynamically after he swore in. Jharkhand remained on 4th position in GDP and it will improve in the years to come. He appealed to people to receive the guests warmly in Global Investors’ Summit. He said that several MoUs will be signed in the Summit.
Union Civil Aviation Minister for State Jayant Sinha said that presently 14 flights are available from Ranchi. Very soon, flight services will start for Hyderabad and Chennai.
Last year 10 lakh people travelled through air.
Additional CS Amit Khare, Principal Secretary to the CM Sanjay Kumar, Secretary to the CM Sunil Kumar Barnwal and Sanjay Jain were present on this occasion.