Google India's policy country head Chetan Krishnaswamy said they hope the joint initiatives will bear rich dividends for the state and its citizens as they embrace the internet and help the government achieve its vision.
"We are delighted to be collaborating with the government of Haryana in furthering its objective of digitizing Haryana through state-wide digital literacy campaigns and helping the different departments in optimizing their web assets for mobile platforms," he said. The Haryana government signed another MoU with Applied Materials, a leading material engineering solutions global in providing to shore up solar skill training and expand the use of solar energy in the state. Later at a news conference, the chief minister said his government is creating world class infrastructure in Haryana. "Earlier, there were only four national highways in the state. Now, nine additional national highways have already been approved. Besides, we shall have a special purpose vehicle for all clearances related to the railways," he said. To achieve these objectives, Khattar said the state government recently announced its Entrepreneur Promotion Policy 2015 with key features like ease of doing business and single-window system to ensure speedy clearances. A cluster has been created for each kind of industry. As Panipat is home to textile industry, the state government is going to provide special rebate in taxes to ensure sustainability of such units and every grievance of industry will be redressed, he asserted.