Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on September 5 said the government values investments and job generating units are critical to the state. He was speaking during the inauguration of an OYO office in Gurgaon.
The chief minister dwelt on steps taken by the government to increase job avenues. In this context, he spoke of the global investors’ summit which was organised in Gurgaon this year.
During the summit and after, a total of 406 MoUs have been signed, with a promised investment of Rs 6.41 crore and job opportunities for lakhs of youth.
Backing it up, Khattar said 80 per cent of the total 500 Fortune companies of the world have their corporate offices in Gurgaon. He also claimed that Gurgaon is a better place for start-ups.
Referring to the Digital India campaign, the chief minister said use of IT has converted the world into a global village.
He greeted people on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi and Teacher’s Day, saying OYO provides employment opportunity to the youth and also affordable services to businessmen.