Punjab | Reliance Chairman Mukesh Ambani is all set to make a huge investments in the various sectors of Punjab to boost its development. To commence its investment initiatives Reliance will make provisions to give free Wi-fi to all the government institutions and health institutions. It will also work on providing employment to the youth of Punjab and upgrading training facilities for the sports persons for Tokyo Olympics.
Capt. Amrinder met Mukesh Ambani
Punjab government’s tour to Mumbai to discuss the “Invest Punjab” initiative taken up by the Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh fetched amazing results by making The Reliance Industries Chiarman Mukesh invest in Punjab’s upcoming development plans.
The delegation that met the Top Industrialists included Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal taking the lead, Irrigation and Power Minister Rana Gurjit Singh. A series of meetings held with Ambani, Hinduja Group Director Shom Ashok Hinduja, and Larse & Tourdo(L&T) Director & Executive Vice President (Power and Heavy Engg. &Defence) Shailendra N Roy.
Plans That Will Be Adopted
Plans that were discussed during the meeting with the state delegation included:
- Boosting earnings for farmers.
- Employment for the Youth.
- Free WiFi for the government schools, colleges and health institutions.
- Promotion of sports and its infrastructure.
- Players from Punjab will be trained for Tokyo Olympics.
- Providing skill development to the youth.
- Promoting renewable energy development in Punjab.
- Set up a manufacturing/assembly unit for trucks in Punjab.
The Hindujas were looking to diversify into manufacturing of defence vehicles and promised to explore the possibility of setting up a facility at the Punjab for the same.
Badal urged the company to work on improving fuel efficiency for the tractors and other vehicles as a step towards boosting incomes of the farmers.
Furthermore, many other possibilities were also discussed to improve the machinery and infrastructure of Punjab and to give a serious face lift that will have a lasting effect.
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