Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav on Wednesday took a jibe at the Global Investors Summit to be held in Lucknow next month and said that such summits are a “mere betrayal”.
“UP government should tell how much was implemented on the ground from previous summits. Such summits are a mere betrayal. First, they send their ministers abroad then they themselves visit other cities, what’s their industrial policy for investment,” Yadav said while speaking to ANI.
Meanwhile, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will hold roadshows in Mumbai on January 4 and 5 in an effort to draw domestic investors ahead of the Global Investors Summit.
According to the state government, these roadshows, which are scheduled to take place in nine major cities across the country from January 5 to January 27, will begin in Mumbai, where Yogi will take part in a number of events that will be hosted on January 4 and January 5 in order to attract domestic investors.
During these events, the Chief Minister will present a picture of the “emerging Uttar Pradesh”. He will also meet the representatives of major industrial groups in the country and invite them to invest in UP.
On January 4, CM Yogi will take a flight from Lucknow to Mumbai, where he will meet with migrants from Uttar Pradesh who are currently living in Maharashtra in the evening and inform them about the opportunities in new Uttar Pradesh.
CM Yogi will also meet with film artists and producers to discuss the possibilities of the Uttar Pradesh Film City, which is currently being built. CM Yogi will also inform them about the Global Investors Summit, which will be held in February. The UP CM will also explain how UP has become a more desirable location for foreign investment in the nation and how investors from all over the world are eager to make investments in UP.
On January 5, CM Yogi’s tour will begin with meetings with bankers and people associated with the fintech sector. He will take part in the Mumbai roadshow following this. (ANI)
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