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J&K Global Investors’ Meet reaches Hyderabad

Hyderabad: The delegation of Jammu & Kashmir government started the second phase of the roadshows with Hyderabad. The agenda of the roadshow was to showcase the opportunities in the service sector, especially in IT/ITeS, Bio-Technology, Healthcare, Horticulture, Tourism, Film Sector, and Pharmaceuticals.

Rajiv Rai BhatnagarAdvisor to J&K Lieutenant Governor led the B2G meetings with industrialists, corporations and briefed them about the potential, investment opportunities, and investible projects in the UT. The event was attended by over 150 delegates where 20 B2G meetings were held and MoUs were inked between the Government of J&K with different Industry leaders. Sharing his views about the potential of Jammu and Kashmir during the roadshow in Hyderabad, Atal Dulloo, Financial Commissioner Health & Medical Education, Jammu & Kashmir, said that the UT has a lot of inherent potential with appropriate climate for agriculture, vibrant tourism ecosystem and a huge land bank.

“The multiplier effect of recent reforms in J&K will ensure generation of employment opportunities, increase in income and improvement in quality of life of the citizens leading to enhances the contribution of the UT to the country’s GDP said  M K Patodia, Past Chairman CII Andhra Pradesh while addressing the participants.

Some prominent industry Groups & Leaders present were from Ramoji Films. GMR, BRKINS, Virinchi Hospitals, IL&FS, Geo Map System (P) Ltd, Dream Valley Golf & Resorts Pvt Ltd, Tata BSS.TAIPA (Tower and Infrastructure Providers), TS TRANSCO, ASP Enterprise, ABC India Pvt Ltd, Kochhar & Co.,  along with many others. The roadshows will cover two more cities in this phase, Chennai and Ahmedabad with an intent to spur the region’s industrial growth and manufacturing across 14 identified focus sectors.

The roadshows were organized by Jammu & Kashmir Trade Promotion Organization (JKTPO), a nodal agency for the Government of J&K along with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) as the National Partner and Ernst & Young as the Knowledge Partner. Media Partner Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC).

 

SOURCE (NSS)