Indian Ambassador to Panama Ravi Thapar and Indian High Commissioner in Singapore Javed Ashraf on Wednesday met Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat in Dehradun informing the latter about the keenness shown by industrialists in both the countries to invest in the state.During the course of deliberations, the Chief Minister held that the state government was seriously working on developing new tourist sites and townships in the state under the ‘Thirteen district thirteen new destination plan’.
He said that support of Singapore can be taken for developing new tourist sites and townships and planning for the existing cities.
Rawat said Uttarakhand holds immense potential in the field of organic farming and pointed out that efforts can also be made to provide benefit of the best practices in the field of agriculture in Singapore and Panama to the farmers of Uttarakhand.Earlier, Indian High Commissioner in Singapore Javed Ashraf informed the Chief Minister about Singapore’s specialization in urban planning, rain water harvesting, solid waste management, skill development, electricity generation from waste and food processing. Further, Indian Ambassador to Panama Ravi Thapar referred to commendable work being done in the field of tea plantation in Panama.
News credit : TribuneIndia