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CS meets prospective investors in Mumbai post Momentum Jharkhand

Mumbai/Ranchi: Chief secretary Rajbala Verma led a team of state bureaucrats to a meeting with prospective investors from various sectors in Mumbai on Thursday while reaffirming governmentís serious concern about the projects taking shape on the ground in near future.

The meeting at hotel Hyatt Regency at the economic capital of India today evening was also attended by state industries, mines & geology department secretary Sunil Kumar Barnwal and senior representatives of Knowledge Partner EY.

The team led by Verma held B2G meetings with senior representatives of companies including KPIT Technologies (company based at Pune which specialises in providing IT consulting, product engineering solutions etc), Kaushal Triveni Food Park Ltd, which is all set to set up stateís first mega food park in the private sector, JSW Steel Ltd which is aiming to set up a 10 million tonne per annum capacity steel mill at Sonahatu in Ranchi district besides a 900 MW captive power plant.

The list also includes perspectives of Larsen & Toubro Infotech Ltd. The state expects the company to provide IT development and support services in banking, insurance, manufacturing and other sectors.

The team also held B2G sessions with other companies including Brindley Technologies, BSA Corporation Ltd, Fiza Exports, Of Forbes Conglomerate LLP, India SME Forum, Concept Wires Pvt Ltd, EPPS Infotech Pvt Ltd, Fountainhead Training Development Pvt Ltd, My Own Eco Energy Private Limited, Headstart Network Foundation India, Carnival Group among others.

The agenda of Mumbai meeting is to comprehend the key expectations from the prospective investors and assure them all the required support and facilitation in part of the government.

Notably, the state government recently organised a maiden Global Investors Summit at Ranchi on February 16-17 where in investment proposals worth Rs 3.10 lakh crores were realized. As many as 210 MoUís and Letter of Intents (LoI) were signed during the mega event.

As a follow up to these MoUs and LoIs, the state government has already organised series of meetings with the prospective investors at Bangalore and Kolkata.

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