Ranchi, June 2: To develop gold mines and enhance industrial investment in Jharkhand, industrialists from Sudan will be invited to participate in Global Investors Summit, which is scheduled in November.
CM, Raghubar Das announced this on Thursday at the Project Building during his meeting with Amrit Lugun, India’s ambassador in Sudan.
CM further said, “India and Sudan already have a very strong business tie-ups and the time has come to take measures to develop strong business relationship between Sudan and Jharkhand. Many Indian industrialists have their establishments in Sudan and Sudan pioneers in gold mining. Jharkhand too has deposits and it’s the time to develop them, added Das.
During the meet- and–greet session, Lugun said India and Sudan enjoy good relationship, large numbers of industrialists from India are settled in Sudan, they have contributed a lot in establishing ceramic, steel and many other industries there.
Establishing business relation with Jharkhand will open new market avenues for the products manufactured here, Lugun added. Lugun further said, “Students from Sudan are studying in many states of India, a special block is also built in the prestigious National Defence Academy for the trainees from Sudan.
The CM also briefed Lugun about the developmental work done in various fields by the state government. He gifted a memento of Dokra art to the visiting ambassador.