New Delhi: After 14 years of its formation, Jharkhand has not yet been successful in making its mark on national level, but it'll try to make a mark globally in about six months.
An NRI conference will be organized this year and to attract foreign investors, a summit, ‘Vibrant Jharkhand,' on the lines of ‘Vibrant Gujarat' will be organized next year.
Chief minister Raghubar Das has shown his commitment of development through this announcement. He has promised that the naxal problems will also come under control in the next six months.
Raghubar Das discussed the efforts of development in his state in detail during his visit to Delhi. He said that the region has natural resources in abundance but foreign investment is also required for faster development. He asked to a have a little faith in his government and to give him some time.
For economic and industrial development of the state, investment is required and to attract investors ‘Vibrant Gujarat' program is a great medium. In the wake of its preparations, an NRI conference will be organized. The chief minister said that the atmosphere of development in the state is creating great opportunities for investors.
The naxal problem is the biggest concern for the investors in the state. Das said that the government will bring down the extortion by naxal groups in the next six months.