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PM Modi dedicates RSP project to nation; Invites global investors to India

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called upon investors around the globe to invest in India to get highest return on their investments. He said, the industrial scenario in the country has taken a sea change in the last 10 months and global investors who were not interested to put their investments in the country are now looking at India again due to the investment-friendly approach of the Centre.

The Prime Minister was speaking at a function organized to dedicate the Rs 12,000 crore modernization and expansion project of Rourkela Steel Plant at Rourkela in Odisha. Mr. Modi said India has surpassed USA in steel production and efforts must be made to surpass China in the field. He said, the 'Make in India' concept is to make the country globally number one in all the industrial fields. He said, all efforts will be made to make value addition to the raw materials in order to bring an industrial revolution in the country.

The Prime Minister also said India will progress only if eastern states like Odisha, West Bengal, Bihar,Jharkhand, Assam and Chatisgarh progress.
On the auction of coal mines, Modi said more that 2 lakh crore rupees have come to the Centre's exchequer only with the auction of 20 mines of the 204 coal mines scrapped by the Supreme Court. He questioned the earlier UPA government for the 1.76 crore rupees scandal on coal mines reported by the CAG.

On the occasion, the Prime Minister declared to convert the Ispat General Hospital at Rourkela in to a medical college and hospital and a super-speciality hospital and a second bridge on Brahmani river,near Rourkela.

Earlier in the morning, Modi visited the new plate mill of Rourkela Steel Plant along with Union Steel Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram, Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, Odisha Governor SC Jamir and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.

"Mann Ki Baat-Part VI"
22/03/15 11:00 AM IST

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