Bhaskar News | Last Modified - Jun 11, 2011, 03:40 AM IST
Indore: City’s public representatives along with various social and political groups have lashed out at the Madhya Pradesh government for keeping Tata Consultancy Services waiting for a formal nod. Three state departments -- Revenue, Finance and Housing-Environment – have reportedly raised objections in the proposal of the I-T giant, which aims to make its campus on Indore’s Super Corridor by 2012.
Several MPs, MLAs and political organisations along with eminent personalities of Indore have alleged that the government is deliberately delaying the project and wants to snatch it away from the city.
MP Sumitra Mahajan: I have called for all details to understand the whole situation. However, I think the government should not waste any more time in handing over the land to TCS and should cooperate with the company. The government needs to take a closer look at its I-T policy.
Mayor Krishnamurari Moghde: The arrival of TCS can change Indore’s graph. And being the education hub, Indore’s young generation will greatly benefit from the company. The government should not miss the opportunity that will boost employment. I will soon meet the Chief Minister and discuss the issues with him.
MLA Sudarshan Gupta: The CM will arrive in Indore on Saturday. I will request him to remove the government obstacles in the issue. Not only for the city, but TCS’ arrival will be a big achievement for the state’s I-T sector.
MLA Ramesh Mandola said that Industries Minister Kailash Vijayvargia has assured that a solution will soon be found and Indore will bag the TCS project.