Aizawl (zoramobserver.com): The Mizoram government on Saturday inked pact for Rs 2,100 crore project with Sungevity Enterprises and hospitality doctor.
The Memorandum of Understanding was signed at the closing function of two days Mizoram Magnetic Investors Summit here at Berawtlang.
Rs 600 crore project for generating solar energy was signed between Mizoram chief minister Lal Thanhawla and Sungevity Enterprises chairman Premjit, while Rs 1,500 crore project for hospitality and construction of hotel in Mizoram was signed between the Mizoram government and Hospitality doctors. The MoU was signed by Lal Thanhawla on behalf of Mizoram government, while hospitality doctor was represented by Deepak Khera.
Speaking at the closing function of a two-day summit, Lal Thanhawla said the signing of MoU between the Mizoram government and two private companies for Rs 2,100 crore investment in Mizoram was an indication of the success of the summit.
While expressing hope that both the state government and investors, who took part at the summit discovered development and benefit from the summit, Lal Thanhawla said Mizoram is walking towards the path of development and measures are being underway to improve connectivity in the state to attract more investors.
He said that Mizoram would soon become an ideal place for investment as it will be a gateway and hub for border trade between India and South Asian countries.
He also thanked all the delegates from different parts of India and abroad, who attended the two-day summit here.
Starting from Friday, the two-day Mizoram Magnetic Investor Summit was held at tourism convention centre at Berawltlang on the outskirt of Aizawl. The summit was successfully concluded on Saturday.
The Summit was a platform aiming at bringing together investors, representatives of states and governments, senior policymakers, leaders from the corporate world, heads of International Institutions, academia from India and abroad to deliberate on investments, new projects and to promote business cooperation across various sectors of trade and industry in Mizoram.
The summit was attended by investors, senior policymakers, heads of International Institutions and academia from India and foreign countries including Germany, Russia, Poland and Singapore.