PM Modi discusses strategies to promote investment, boost economy | India News – Times of India


NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday held a complete assembly to focus on numerous strategies to appeal to extra international investments into India, in addition to to promote native investments so as to give a boost to the economy in wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
During the assembly, the PM directed all of the involved that motion must be taken for a extra “proactive approach” to handhold investors, to look into their issues and assist them in getting all the mandatory central and state clearances in a time-certain method.
“It was discussed that a scheme should be developed to promote more plug and play infrastructure in the existing industrial lands/plots/estates in the country and provide necessary financing support,” the federal government mentioned.
The assembly was attended by finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman, dwelling minister Amit Shah, minister for commerce & industries Piyush Goyal, amongst others.
The authorities added that numerous strategies to convey investments into India in a quick-monitor mode and to promote Indian home sectors had been mentioned within the assembly. “Detailed discussions were held on guiding the states to evolve their strategies and be more proactive in attracting investments,” it mentioned.
It was additionally mentioned that the reform initiatives undertaken by the assorted ministries ought to proceed unabated and motion must be taken in a time-certain method to take away any obstacles which impede the promotion of investment and industrial development within the nation.

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