Chief Minister Trivendra Rawat said that the steps taken by the central government to improve the economy will boost industries in Uttarakhand. The sector is expected to grow by 20% after tourism gets industry status. In a press conference on Wednesday at the Janata Darshan Hall, the CM described the decisions taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to improve the economy of the country as a revolutionary step. He said that the industry is excited by these decisions and has instilled confidence in them. This will certainly open up employment avenues. Trivendra said that there has been a favorable investment climate in Uttarakhand. This is the situation when there was no concession to industries. CM-I believe that new reforms will accelerate investment in the state. Especially, this will be a boost for the auto mobile, pharma, manufacturing and tourism sectors. Rooms below 1000 rupees will not attract GST. Currently, around 1600 hotels are registered in the state. The concession is expected to grow 20% in this sector. On this occasion, Dehradun Mayor Sunil Uniyal Gama, party state vice president Jyoti Prasad Gairola, general ministers Khajan Das, Anil Goyal, district president Shamsher Singh Pundir, metropolitan president Anil Goyal were present.
The CM said, after the exemption of all taxes, the well-known companies established in Uttarakhand will expand their units in the state with this savings. He named Tata, Mahendra, Hero Motor, Ashok Leyland etc., which will expand here in future. CM said that Uttarakhand has skilled manpower. Due to the diligent and honest people here, the investor wants to come here.