After promising the government’s support for Vedanta-Foxconn investment worth Rs 2.06 lakh crore in Maharashtra, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde paid his visit to the industrialist, Ratan Tata, at his residence in Mumbai. Besides meeting the former chairman of the Tata Group, Mr. Shinde even met Tata Sons’ chairman Natarajan Chandrasekaran.

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While Ratan Tata congratulated Eknath Shinde on being appointed as the new CM of Maharashtra, he was also overwhelmed to meet the industrialist. Their meeting was significant as Shinde along with Deputy CM, Devendra Fadnavis recently announced about the state government creating an investor-friendly atmosphere aiming to make Maharashtra a $1 trillion economy.

The state government is not just looking forward to Tata Group increasing its investments in Maharashtra but also creating employment opportunities for the people of the state. Mr. Shinde’s government has already captivated Tata Group for the semiconductors venture.


In addition, Eknath Shinde is ensuring that the common people get the best employment opportunities in the state. During their meeting, the CM’s government extended full support to the Tata Group to create an ample number of employment opportunities for the people across Maharashtra.

Intending to take Maharashtra to another level, Mr. Shinde is putting his best foot forward for the people of the state. Apart from creating jobs across the state, the CM revealed that education is equally important for students. Therefore, the state government is focusing to provide the best quality education to students across every region of Maharashtra.

As per Mr. Shinde’s belief, it is crucial to nurture students before creating jobs for them. For the same, Eknath Shinde’s government is leaving no stone unturned in grooming today’s generation to be the future. Not to forget, whatever Eknath Shinde does for the betterment of the state, his journey from an autorickshaw driver to the CM of Maharashtra is an inspiration for millions of people of the state and the country.