Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao would leave for Singapore on Tuesday to participate in the IMPACT-2014 meet being organized by Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Alumni Association. The Chief Minister would be the guest at the programme and would address the alumni. The meeting of IIM alumni would be attended by Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, President SR Nathan, Deputy Prime Minister Shanmuga Rathnam and Minister Easwaran.
The meeting would provide a platform for KCR to showcase the investment potential of the new State. Incidentally, he is the only Chief Minister to be invited from India to make a presentation at the meeting. According to sources, the Chief Minister would leave at 7.30 pm on Tuesday along with officials of the Industries Department and CMO. Members of the IIM Alumni Association, honchos of the corporate and government officials would attend this programme where discussions would focus on investment opportunities in Asia along with new trends and business ideas in the industrial sector.
The Chief Minister would use the occasion to lay out his industrial agenda before the alumni and would explain the salient features of the yet to be announced industrial policy of the State. The main objective of the Chief Minister’s visit is to attract investments from Asian countries, officials said. KCR is hopeful that Singapore tour would be help in marketing the brand Telangana and in popularizing the corrupt-free and transparent industrial policy of the State.
The Chief Minister will also use the occasion to study Singapore’s industrial policy and is likely to interact with the officials during his stay there for a couple of days. KCR strongly believes that new industrial policy would be the lifeline for realizing his dream of “Bangaru Telangana”.
Source: Metro India