[ecis2016.org] With an aim to boost development and attract greater investment to Pune, Maharashtra’s CM has asserted that land for the Pune’s international airport, would be finalised in three weeks
Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis, on June 22, 2016, said that the land for the Pune international airport, would be finalised in three weeks.
“We have identified three locations for the proposed international airport and a team, including the director of the Airports Authority of India, will visit and inspect these three locations and after that, the land plot will be finalised within three weeks,” he said.
The chief minister was speaking at a round-table meeting of representatives of US companies, at Chakan in the district. Stating that his government was taking efforts to increase the ease of doing business and cut red tape, Fadnavis exhorted the US companies to invest more in the state.
“Initiatives like ‘Make in India’ and ‘Make in Maharashtra’, are creating a lot of opportunities for the industry and US companies should cash in on these opportunities,” he said.
Pune is rapidly growing as an automobile hub and it will soon turn into a start-up hub as well, he added.
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