Dehradun – Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, said that under the Uttarakhand Global Investor Summit, many agreements have been signed. The agreements with the investors related to tourism, health, education, pharma, agriculture are discussed in detail during the meetings held with various investor groups in London, Birmingham, Delhi, Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Investors are attracted to Uttarakhand and invest, he added.
Talking to the reporters after returning to Delhi from a UAE visit, Dhami said agreements have been signed in Dubai and Abu Dhabi for investment of thousands of crores, in the above mentioned fields.
Apart from this, a lot of proposals have also been received. Interactions and road shows with the investors will also be held in other cities of the countries mentioned above.
The Chief Minister said that it is the endeavour of the State gtovernment to implement all the agreements signed so far in the Investors Summit heald in Dehradun, on 08-09 December 2023.
He said that whatever suggestions are being received in various meetings, those suggestions will also be implemented. Whatever agreements have been signed and proposals have come, that are useful for the state and can be beneficial in the future, they will be fully assessed and further work will be done. Along with investments, proposals and agreements that provide employment to locals and strengthen the primary sectors will be encouraged on the priority basis. The policies have been framed by the State Government, keeping in mind the interests of investors, industries and people of Uttarakhand.
During the two-day UAE visit, investment MoUs worth 15,475 crore (15475 crore) were signed the CM said. Under this, investment MoUs worth Rs 11925 crore are included in Dubai on the first day and Rs 3550 crore in Abu Dhabi on the second day he added.
Under the leadership of Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, investment MoUs worth 54,550 crore rupees have been signed so far in the United Arab Emirates, Britain and Delhi. MoUs worth Rs 15,475 crore have been signed in the UAE, Rs 12,500 crore in the UK and Rs 12,500 crore in the UK and Rs 26,575 crore in two separate events held in Delhi (Rs 7,600 crore on September 4 and Rs 18,975 crore during the Delhi roadshow on October 4).