Kheri investors meet in UP attracts investment proposals worth Rs 1,743 cr
Lakhimpur, Jan 25 (KNN) The Lakhimpur Kheri district in Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday inked 64 MoUs for investment worth Rs 1,743.57 crore.
The MoUs were signed during the investors and exporters meet organised by the district industries department in association with Kheri chapter of Indian Industries Association (IIA).
District Magistrate Mahendra Bahadur Singh after attending the investors meet said, “64 MOUs executed on Tuesday intended to set up projects worth Rs 1,743.57 crore providing job opportunities to nearly 6,000 persons.”
“The projects incorporated among the MOUs included establishment of bio-CNG (CBG) plants, bio energy plants, woods and timber industry, dairy development industries, eco-tourism establishments etc,” he added.
Speaking on the occasion, Singh assured the investors that the district authorities will provide full cooperation to them.
“Located on India-Nepal border and the largest district of the state, Kheri has immense opportunities for startups and industries in agro, dairy, tourism and several other sectors,” he said.
Union minister of state for home Ajay Kumar Mishra, Lakhimpur MLA Yogesh Verma, Dhaurahra MLA Vinod Shankar Awasthi, IIA Kheri chapter president Deepak Agrawal, and its secretary Shiv Tolani were among those who addressed the investors’ meet. (KNN Bureau)
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