Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Saturday said, “Creation of infrastructure of international standards has been our constant endeavour. We are striving to improve connectivity, ensure quality power supply, water supply and provide effective logistic support to industry. Haryana today has succeeded in harnessing the progressive thrust of industrialisation by dint of innovative systems and pragmatic strategies.”
While addressing the Haryana state session of CII Invest North Conclave here, he added, “The state-of-the-art infrastructure, industry friendly policies, responsive administration, peaceful law and order conditions and abundant skilled manpower make it a preferred destination for industrial investment.”
Sharing major initiatives by the government of Haryana, HSIIDC Managing Director Rajiv Arora on the occasion said, “DMIC (Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor) project in Haryana has 66 per cent area of state across 13 districts and industrial output in the DMIC region of Haryana likely to increase by 377 per cent over the next 30 years. Manesar Bawal Investment Region is the first Investment Region in Haryana Sub-region of DMIC and will generate industrial output of INR Rs 2,50,000 crore; it has the potential to contribute 25 per cent of Haryana’s GDP generating direct employment for 0. 51 million and indirect 1.11 million.