Maharashtra government sign contract of rs.35000 crore Moso with 15 companies :
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Maharashtra government on Monday inked MoUs worth around Rs 35,000 crore with 15 companies,
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray involved attracting over Rs 1 lakh crore investments this year to the state.
Thackeray made the remarks during the Magnetic Maharashtra 2.0 event,
which seeks to mobilise investments within the state, held here.
The investment of worth Rs. 34850 crore sign between the,
Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC),
which 15 companies and they are estimated to create around 23182 jobs in the state.
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The event was also attend by industrial minister Subhash Desai and minister of states for industry Aditi tatkare.
The 60% land has been acquired by the government and also alloted it to the companies and rest of the the land is in a process of final allocation.
Referring to the crisis of covid-19 crisis, Thackeray said that epidemic diseases have left world leaders facing tough choices between life and economy and security and unemployment.
The investment of 35000 crore will definitely help the Maharashtra’s economy
The employment opportunities going to be increase in future so this is a big relief to the youth.
In this covid situation every countries every States economic condition is not good,
This investment breakthrough to the Maharashtra government and for Maharashtra economy also.
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