Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Tuesday observed that the milieu prevalent in the state is conducive for the growth of industry.
“The state government will not let investor face any problem of land”,said the CM while addressing e-jharkhand summit at BNR Chanakya hotel in Ranchi.
The state government wants to develop Jharkhand as the IT hub,said the CM adding that the base of the developed state is Information Technology.
A number of IT experts from across the country were taking part in e-jharkand summit.”IT bridges the gap between the government and the people”,said the CM.
“All villages will be developed as e-villages by 2017”,said the CM pointing out that the state government has adopted four new schemes to promote IT on a priority basis.He invited the state based IT companies to make investment in the IT sector.
During the e-jharkhand summit,the CM met one-to-one IT representatives including Kotak Mahindra Bank’s Vice President Swaminathan V,HDFC Bank’s Deputy VP Abhissheikh Kumar and UP Transport Commissioner Ravindra Naik.