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Ranchi Smart City Corporation hard sells flagship project

CEO Amit Kumar addresses event, talks of 'great opportunity'

Kumud Jenamani Jamshdepur Published 29.01.21, 08:31 PM
Ranchi Smart City Corporation CEO Amit Kumar addresses Investors' Meet in Bistupur, on Friday.

Ranchi Smart City Corporation CEO Amit Kumar addresses Investors' Meet in Bistupur, on Friday. Picture by Bhola Prasad

The Ranchi Smart City Corporation Ltd on Friday organised the Investors' Meet - 21 for Ranchi Smart City Project, where 96 people participated.

Held at the Tata Auditorium-XLRI in Bistupur, the event opened up an opportunity for city-based builders, hoteliers, architects and industrialists, who will explore the business opportunity as the project of Ranchi Smart City makes progress.


Chief Executive Officer of the corporation, Amit Kumar addressed the event and interacted with participants on how to take part in the mega project.

“Ranchi Smart City is a mission. Let us complete it together for the pride of our state. This is, of course, a great opportunity for the builders, businessmen, hoteliers and the ones associated with the infrastructure front to take advantage of it. The Ranchi Smart City Corporation will safeguard the investors' interest,” Kumar said.

Jamshedpur Notified Area Corporation special officer Krishna Kumar, who organised the meet, said its aim was to explore investors from the steel city for promotion of the Ranchi Smart City project.

“Under the Ranchi Smart City project, construction in different fronts, including housing development, educational infrastructure, health care infrastructure, entertainment and recreational, parks and river front development will be done. These apart, works also will be done in the public transport, smart water supply, connectivity infrastructure, commercial hubs, convention centre as well as hotels will also be done. For making all this possible, the Corporation needed the active participation of the builders, hoteliers and stake-holders from other areas operating in the steel city so as to make the ambitious project a great success,” he told The Telegraph Online.

Kumar stated that the turnout of the investors from the steel city was as per their expectation and hoped that they will get on the bandwagon once the smart city project starts to roll.

He pointed out that the state government has already acquired 656 acres of land for area-based development work under the Ranchi Smart City project.

"Now is the time to give the concept of the smart city a concrete form, which is not possible without the active participation of investors from a vibrant city like Jamshedpur," said the JNAC special officer.

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