Land being acquired for logistics hub under DMIC
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said, Haryana has started the process for acquiring land to set up an integrated multi-modal logistics hub under the proposed Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project.
“The process of acquiring land for an integrated multi-modal logistics hub has begun,” Khattar said at a conference here.
The integrated logistics hub will be developed over 1,200 acres adjoining the Delhi-Mumbai Freight Corridor near Industrial Model Township (IMT) Bawal.
The chief minister said that an exhibition-cum-convention Centre will be set up in Gurgaon.
Haryana Industries Minister Captain Abhimanyu promised a stable, predictable and congenial regulatory framework to investors.
“Leaving some bad experiences that Japanese investors had to face in the past few years with respect to industrial relations, of which collectively we will all have to take responsibility. We take responsibility of providing a stable, predictable and congenial regulatory framework,” Captain Abhimanyu said at the conference.
In the past, companies have faced labour unrest in the state, including Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL), which saw similar issues at its Manesar plant.
The minister appealed to Japanese companies to invest aggressively in the state.
He said that “We look forward to more and more investments in Haryana and we need to scale it up to the next level, particularly in the MSME sector.”