Patna, Jul 30: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday assured his government's all possible help to industrialists setting up their units in the state and also promised to honour them if they invested in the state.
Addressing 'Uddhyami Panchayat" here, Nitish Kumar said that the state government had taken a number of steps to create a conducive industrial environment for attracting investment. He said subsidy was being given on electricity and law and order situation was also better, a right environment for investment.
"Whoever comes forward to set up industry in Bihar, state government will provide all possible assistance to him and will also honour investor for his initiative," CM remarked. Kumar said it had to be considered how industries could be set up in the state," he added.
CM said if industrialists manufactured quality products, demand would be created for them. Not only industrialists would be benefitted but also people of the state would also develop," he added. He said traders were earning good profits and if they invested a part of them in setting up industries, it would be a great boost to the state.
Kumar said 'Uddhyami Panchayat' had been called today to do mid term review of implementation of Bihar Industrial Investment Promotion Policy 2016. Several representatives of industries had given valuable suggestions in the meeting. The midterm review meeting had been convened with the purpose of taking corrective measures for attracting more investments to the state. (UNI)