Dehradun: Prominent members of the business community offered their perspectives at the ‘Uttarakhand Global Investor Summit 2023,’ which took place in Uttarakhand. The director and managing director of the Adani Group, who is in charge of the oil, gas, and agriculture sectors, Pranab Adani, stated that Uttarakhand has developed into a very desirable location for investments from the private sector. He emphasized the elements—such as expedited administrative procedures, competitive land prices, affordable energy, excellent distribution systems, a trained labor force, and advantageous proximity to the nation’s capital—that contribute to this attraction. Mr. Adani went into detail about his strategic goals to increase the Group’s presence in the state, provide funding, and promote job prospects. Thanking the Prime Minister for his unwavering support, he said that the Indian people have placed an unprecedented amount of trust in him.
The JSW Chairman and Managing Director, Sajjan Jindal, highlighted the Prime Minister’s good relationship with Uttarakhand by referring to his own experiences during the development projects in Kedarnath and Badrinath. Thanking the Prime Minister for his efforts to change the country, Mr. Jindal spoke about GDP growth figures and projected India’s rise to become the third largest economy in the world. He expressed gratitude to the Prime Minister for leading India to become a global powerhouse and presented JSW’s plans to invest about Rs 15,000 crore in Uttarakhand. In addition, Mr. Jindal discussed the “Clean Kedarnath Project,” which was introduced in November. He thanked the Uttarakhand government and reiterated JSW’s dedication to India’s long-term growth.
When considering the success of the G20 Summit, ITC Managing Director Sanjeev Puri praised the Prime Minister’s ability to navigate international politics and his leadership qualities. He emphasized the significance of deliberate policy measures that place India in a favorable position in the face of the world’s many problems. Referencing significant shifts in a number of economic domains as well as readily apparent GDP data, Mr. Puri said that the global narrative has positioned India as the dominant actor of the decade, if not the century.
Recalling the Prime Minister as the visionary architect of a ‘developed India’ and a vital part of the 140 crore-strong Indian family, Baba Ramdev is a renowned yoga master and the founder of Patanjali. In addition to highlighting the Prime Minister’s audacious aim of building an economy worth $5 trillion, Baba Ramdev explained how Patanjali has helped draw in capital and create jobs. He praised the Prime Minister’s resolve to transform India, promising an investment of more than Rs 10,000 crore and the creation of more than 10,000 jobs. In addition, Baba Ramdev praised the Uttarakhand Chief Minister’s efforts to uphold law and order and encouraged businesses to set up shop in the state. Under the Prime Minister’s leadership, he praised the state’s achievements in tourism, health, education, agriculture, connectivity, and infrastructure and urged investors to support the Prime Minister’s aim of making India a global economic powerhouse.
The CEO of Emaar India, Kalyan Chakraborty, expressed appreciation to the Prime Minister for offering a vision that will steer the country’s development. He highlighted the growing liveliness in India-UAE relations and stated the corporate sector’s commitment to working with India on its path to becoming a developed nation. Mr. Chakraborty cited revolutionary policy innovations like the Fintech revolution and the Goods and Services Tax (GST) as indicators of a favorable change in the international view of India and new opportunities for the industrial sector.
The president of TVS Supply Chain Solutions, R Dinesh, reaffirmed the company’s commitment to the visionary leadership of the prime minister. To demonstrate the organization’s contribution to Uttarakhand’s development story, he gave examples from the tire and automotive component manufacturing industry, as well as from the automotive logistics and services sector. In addition to outlining intentions to create over 7,000 employment across related companies through investments in manufacturing and storage capacity, he emphasized the company’s readiness to assist partners in the changing automotive market. In his capacity as CII President, he made the commitment to open ten Model Career Centers that would provide guidance and assistance to more than one lakh people. Speaking about how Uttarakhand would be the first state to open a Specialty Multi-Skill Development Center that would train 10,000 people in sophisticated manufacturing, hospitality, and healthcare, Mr. Dinesh summed up TVS Supply Chain Solutions’ commitment to helping India flourish.