‘As the BJP-led government turns three on October 31, the chief minister’s much-touted agenda of improving the investment climate in the state remains a work in progress. Even as the government has unveiled a slew of policy measures to better the ease of doing business and make the state more business friendly, investment statistics appear to indicate the pitch has not quite bucked the recessionary trend.’ Quoting from a report in leading daily Indian Express.
Yesterday, we had carried a report on how investments and consequently employment is suffering in Nagpur despite MIHAN, despite Metro and other positive developments.
It is time to probe why for decades together the promise of Vibrant Vidarbha does not translate into reality.
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