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TN Industries Minister to head 17-member committee to monitor GIM investments MoU progress

TN Industries Minister to head 17-member committee to monitor GIM investments MoU progress

Chennai, Mar 1 (UNI) Tamil Nadu Industries Minister TRB Raaja will head 17-member committee to monitor the progress of the implemntation of MoUs signed during the Global Investors Meet (GIM) held in January, which was aimed at giving fillip to the industrial development,job creation and achieve the goal of becoming USD one trillion economy by 2030.
At the event, a total of 631 MoUs were signed with an investment commitment of Rs 6,64,180 crore,
and an employment potential of 26,90,657 persons. Chief Minister M.K. Stalin announced in a
statement.
These investments were further to the one attracted during Mr Stalin's visit Gulf, Spain and
other countries, that drew more investments to the state with the companoes inking pacts in
his presence.
On the special committee to be headed by Mr Raaja to monitor the progress of GIM investments,
Mr Stalin said the Chief Secretary will be the Co-Chairman of the Committee.
Additional Chief Secretary/Development Commissioner, Secretaries of the Labour Department,
Information Technology Department, Finance Department, Textiles Department, Energy Department,
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Department, Housing and Urban Development Department,
and Revenue and Disaster Management Department will be the members of the committee.
Other members will include the Chairman and Managing Director of Tangedco, Chairperson, Tamil
Nadu Pollution Control Board, Commissioner of Land Administration, Director of Town and Country
Planning, and Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Guidance.
The Secretary of the Industries Department will be the Member-Convener.
In the event of any issue that affects the progress of the MoU projects, the committee shall deliberate
on such issues and make appropriate recommendations, following which orders in circulation shall
be directly obtained for such decision if warranted under the existing Business Rules.
The committee may also issue such recommendations and advisories, as deemed necessary, to
Heads of Departments/Boards/PSUs, in order to provide clarity and facilitate expeditious resolution
of issues that do not require government orders, he said.
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