Jagan attracting investments and industries

CM YS Jagan is making solid efforts to delete unemployment problem in AP. He passed sensational rule that 75% of private jobs must be reserved to local youth. Government is set to employ village volunteers to work in co-ordination with mandal wise secretariats. Jagan is also vying big to attract foreign investments. External affairs ministry is holding AP industrial investment summit in Amaravati on Aug 9th. Indian and international companies will be participating in the summit.

Already, Wipro chairman Azim Premji offered to invest around Rs 100 Crore on investment-free agriculture in AP in next five years.

On Monday, Japan consulate general Kojiro Uchiyama met Jagan and discussed on setting up industries in Andhra Pradesh and creating employment opportunities to the local youth. Jagan has also been invited to  Japan.

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