New Delhi, 24.08.2018 – The Deputy Chief Minister of Government of NCT of Delhi on Friday, Mr. Manish Sisodiavoiced his concern that the governance model of Delhi State needs radical improvement in the entire federal structure of India to enable investors to park their surpluses in it and even persuade the existing business houses in the National Capital to stay on within its geographical boundaries.

Addressing the States’ @ New India 2022 Conclave – Strong States Make Strong Nation here today organised by the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mr. Sisodia emphasized that the society in Delhi though is very strong in every respect because it is able to absorb and assimilate different and diverse culture within its ambit,  however, its governance mode is filled with various challenges which need to be addressed to empower Delhi in terms of decision making that leads to the overall advantages of its citizens.

The Deputy Chief Minister was concerned about the prevailing political system for Delhi not earning and acquiring a model of sound governance due to multiplicity of authorities that have monopolized the political system of National Capital as a result, its economy has been weakening and therefore relentless efforts and attempts are called for by all concerned stake holders so that Delhi becomes a perfect model of governance.

Highlighting the achievements of the AAP Government in the last 3 and half years, Mr. Sisodia claimed that it has transformed the education and health system and even other necessary civic amenities with remarkable results forthcoming, however, could not undertake to introduce visible efforts to improve its governance model since host of authorities are involved in the process and that is one of the reasons, its governance has suffered.

Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister of Haryana, Mr. Manohar Lal Khattar announced that his government would bring about another set of systematic changes in its administration as also accord marginal subsidies to industry that come forward to invest in the State of Haryana in its B & A category townships as the State is already providing subsidies to businessmen in the State’s C&D category.

A large number of systematic changes have been already done in the State’s education and health system to prevent corruption and nepotism and many more such steps are in the offing as the days advance so that Haryana becomes a still better destination for domestic and foreign investors further claim the Chief Minister.

The State is also gearing up to upgrade its aviation infrastructure as also coming out with its new Airport at Hissar that will serve the sector under the Udan scheme of Central Government and enlarge its physical infrastructure to enable investors get attracted to Haryana, pointed out Mr. Khattar adding that industry should not have any problem in the State to conduct its businesses.

The Additional Chief Secretary, Government of Punjab, Mrs. Vini Mahajan who was also present on the occasion said that Punjab would come out with its amended and expanded new industrial policy so that investors get attracted to the State which is known for its sound infrastructure.

Among others who were present on the occasion comprised Principle Secretary Government of Haryana Mr. Devinder Singh, MD & CEO, Invest India Mr. Deepak Bagla, President, Senior Vice President and Vice – President PHD Chamber Mr. Anil Khaitan, Mr. Rajeev Talwar and D K Agggarwal respectively.