CM inaugurated new ultra modern plant of Ms. Riddhi-Sddhi at Bageshwar district

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Bageswar/Dehradun (DIPR)-Chief Minister Mr. Trivendra Singh Rawat inaugurated the new ultra modern plant of Ms. Riddhi-Siddhi at village Chatia Dangoli in Bageshwar district on Sunday. In his address on the occasion, Chief Minister Mr. Trivendra Singh Rawat said that micro industry is being encouraged to stop migration from hilly areas and to provide employment to the local people. He said that this would provide employment to the local youth at the local level.

He said that at the new ultra modern plant of Ms. Riddhi-Siddhi,local people will get employment opportunities. He said that by 2022, there is target to give employment to  more than 500 people in the plant. He further said that Uttarakhand is going ahead on tha path of development in envisioned by the statehood agitators. The state government is giving top priority to provide education, health and employment facilities in the hilly areas. Chief Minister said that ‘Investors Summit’ was recently held at Dehradun to boost investment and a sum of Rs.1,20,000 crore were pledged by the investors during the summit. He said that the people of the state have to create congenial atmosphere for the investors in the state so that more and more people could invest in Uttarakhand. He said that investments in different sectors will boost employment opportunities for local people.

Finance Minister Prakash Pant said that the state government is going many works to establish industry in the state. He said that with the establishment of industry in the state it would lead to increase in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and will also tackle the problems of migration and employment.

Bageshwar legislator Chandan Ram Dass, Kapkot legislator  Balwant Singh Bauriyal,District Magistrate Ranjana Rajguru, Superintendent of PolicePankaj Bhatt, BJP District President Sher Singh Gadia, district level officers and other prominent citizens were present on the occasion.

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