LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Government has managed to get investment proposals to the tune of nearly Rs 41,000 crore during its Global Investors’ Summit-2023 roadshow in Ahmedabad on Friday.
A government spokesperson said that 22 investors signed MoUs with the government.
Among various business to government (B2G) meetings held on Friday, the team met Adani Group chairperson Gautam Adani and discussed the investment potential of UP.

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“Before the roadshow, B2G meetings took place all through the day in which 30 investors took information from the delegation about investment prospects in the state, and the exemptions and reliefs that are provided under the policies,” the spokesperson said.
‘Investments to create over 50,000 direct, indirect jobs’
The government was represented in the roadshow by urban development minister AK Sharma, PWD minister Jitin Prasada, minister of state Jayendra Pratap Singh Rathore and officials like additional chief secretary, textiles, Amit Mohan Prasad, ACS, sports and youth welfare, Navneet Sehgal, advisors to the CM, Awanish Kumar Awasthi and Gyanendra Nath Singh, additional CEO, YEIDA, Ravindra Kumar, and UPNEDA director Anupam Shukla.
“Once these MoUs are realised on the ground, more than 50,000 employment opportunities will be created directly or indirectly in the state. Many investors will finalize their investment when they visit Lucknow to attend the UP Global Investors Summit-2023 in February,” the spokesperson said. Among the MoUs signed on Friday, Torrent Pharma’s was the biggest with investment proposal of Rs 25,000 crore. In addition to this, Amul India signed an MoU of Rs 900 crore to set up a new milk plant in Baghpat. Of the total MoUs, nine were of Rs 1,000 crore or more. The official said that proposals for investment were received across sectors including milk processing, research and development labs, renewable energy, solar city, pharma park, green hydrogen, infrastructure, textile, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, medical device park, drugs, healthcare products, hotel industry, tourism, chemical sector, food and beverage, and sports, among others.





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