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Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday said that Madhya Pradesh has huge potential for investment in the textile sector. Work is being done to make the state a textile hub, which will provide employment opportunities to a large number of people.The Chairman of Sagar Group, Sudhir Kumar Agrawal, met Chief Minister Chouhan at secretariat on Wednesday and discussed about investment in the state. Agrawal informed that in the field of textiles, an investment of Rs 1000 crore has been made by Sagar Group in the state, in which about 4000 people have got direct employment. Sagar Group is also soon coming up with a Multi Specialty Hospital on Hoshangabad Road in Bhopal, which will provide employment to about 1000 people. The group is working in the textile sector, food processing sector, real estate and education sector in the state. In another event, Chouhan on Wednesday said that Indore is the engine of growth for Madhya Pradesh. The state government will provide all possible support to make Indore’s a buzzing international airport. Chouhan said that Bhopal lags behind when it comes to air connectivity, adding that serious efforts are required to increase air connectivity in Rewa and Satna. The CM was virtually addressing the inauguration programme of airlines from Gwalior and Indore. Chouhan virtually launched the international flight from Indore to Dubai and the airline services from Gwalior to Delhi and Indore from his residence on Wednesday. Air India will provide air services between Indore and Dubai once a week on Wednesdays. IndiGo flights will be available daily from Gwalior to Delhi and Indore. The CM said there is a need for international airports at Indore and Bhopal to promote investment, industry, trade, tourism and export of agricultural products. Along with this, it is also necessary to increase air connectivity from Jabalpur and Gwalior. In this direction, the UDAN scheme of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has helped. Congratulating the people of Indore, Chouhan said that the city has created history by ranking first among the metros of the country in administering 100% first dose of vaccine. Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said that 58 airlines have been given green signal for Madhya Pradesh in the last 53 days. As a result, aircraft movement in the state per week has increased from 424 to 738. Air services have started for five new cities from Indore and four from Gwalior. A grand new airport will be established in Gwalior named after Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia at a cost of Rs 500 crore. The railway station of Gwalior will be given a facelift at a cost of Rs 250 crore. Union Minister Scindia flagged off the new airlines from Delhi.

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