Investment of Rs 11900 crores has been made in Haryana on 157 projects in 16 districts since the state government’s Happening Haryana Global Investor’s Summit.
Haryana Industries and Commerce Minister, Vipul Goel revealed this in a written reply to a question raised during the state assembly’s budget session that began on Feburary 27. The minister said that 359 companies had signed Memoranda of Understanding during the summit. The proposed investment is about Rs 85075.58 crore while investment of Rs 11900.04 crore has already been made in these projects.
Out of this Gurugram has seen maximum investment, of about Rs 7556 crore while the proposed investment is whooping 67715 crore in the district alone.
Faridabad, with a proposed investment of rs 5104 crore has seen Rs 1288 crore already invested so far. Sonepat, with proposed investment of Rs 3061 crore has witnessed Rs 774 crore invested till now while Rs 1141 has been invested in Rewari.
Panchkula is proposed to see Rs 1968 crore investment and has seen Rs 360 crore invested till now. The lowest investment has been made in Jind district with Rs 7 crore investment made and has one project only. Gurugram will see 22 projects coming up while Faridabad will see 35 projects and Sonipat the maximum number, 40 projects, for which MoU have been signed.