“So far, we have received new investment proposals worth Rs 2,19,925 crore. This figure might go up after investment proposals announced by the Adani Group in Bengal Wednesday. Over 20 lakh jobs will be generated from these,” Mamata Banerjee said
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee tweeted about former CM Jyoti Basu on his death anniversary. Basu, who was born on July 8, 1914, had led the Marxists to power for five consecutive times in West Bengal.
Announcing the company’s investments plans for the state, Pranav Adani said, “Currently our investments in West Bengal are Rs 750 crores and we expect to double the investment in next five years.”
Mamata Banerjee informed that out of 20 lakh jobs in the state, one lakh will be created by Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries Limited.
“I would like to make a few commitments as partners of growth in Bengal. I am happy to announce that Jio will reach 100 per cent of West Bengal’s population by December 2018,” Mukesh Ambani said
“Please consider Bengal as your home, as we treat you as our family members. Bengal means business and we are serious and committed towards it,” Mamata Banerjee said
Mamata Banerjee said, “I will request all of my industry captains and friends who have come from across the world to invest here as Bengal is now the investment destination.”
“Reliance is also setting up digital service centres across the country. I am happy to announce that with the support of the state government we will launch this initiative in five districts of Bengal with immediate effect,” Mukesh Ambani said.
The petition claimed Calcutta University’s decision to honour West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee with a D.Litt degree is arbitrary and devoid of any proper reasoning.
The Calcutta University has announced that it will bestow the honorary D.Litt on the TMC chief, an alumnus, for her contribution to social service at its convocation on January 11.
Asking the people of this north Bengal town to stay alert, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief urged them to give shelter to those left out of the NRC, if they were forced to leave Assam.
Banerjee had, at a rally in Birbhum district in West Bengal on January 3 described the NRC updation process in Assam as a design to evict Bengalis living in Assam for decades.
Shaoli Mitra said that her decision to step down from the prestigious chair was prompted by difficulties in performing her duties due to lack of infrastructure.
“This is a historic moment. When we found that the state did not have a logo even after 70 years after Independence, we planned the logo and sent it to the Centre for approval,” said the Chief Minister.
On Wednesday, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee reportedly termed the NRC exercise as an attempt to oust Bengali-speaking people from Assam