CM Mamata woos investors at Bengal business summit


What : Bengal Global Business Summit 2016
When : 08,January,2016

The Bengal Global Business Summit 2016, with finance minister Arun Jaitley in attendance, she claimed her government would return to power in the assembly elections slated for April-May. The chief minister claimed that Bengal Global Business Summit 2015 had tied up investment worth Rs 2.43 lakh crore

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday said no industrialists would face harassment in the hands of her government and they should be given flexibility and space to operate in a peaceful mind.

“We do not want to harass the industrialists. It is not good to harass them. Let them be in peace. I have the power. But I cannot bulldoze. Let them be in peace so that they can fly high,” Banerjee said at the concluding day of the second edition of Bengal Global Business Summit here.

“There should not be any political vendetta. Let us give a message. My government will not harass any single industrialist. This is not our nature. It is needed to help the industry. And we have to help each other,” she said while announcing that investment proposals worth Rs 2.50 lakh crore have been received by the state government in the course of the two-day meet.