Published On:January 12 2023
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Adani Group to invest Rs. 60,000 crore in MP over the next few years.

The Adani Group will invest over Rs. 60,000 crore in a number of sectors in Madhya Pradesh that would create thousands of jobs.

This would reshape the economy of several districts in the state, said Pranav Adani, director at Adani Enterprises, at the seventh Madhya Pradesh Global Investors Summit.

Currently, the group has investments of close to Rs. 27,500 crore in sectors such as power generation and transmission, gas distribution, cement manufacturing and agro processing, among others, in the state.

He said that sectors and projects that the group plans to invest in include four-laning of a part of NH-47, a gas link project and a micro-irrigation system.

It plans to set up mega food parks and six multi-modal logistics parks in Dhar, Guna, Damoh, Ujjain and two in Indore. The multi-modal parks will be set up with an investment of Rs. 5,250 crore, Adani said.

He said that as the second-largest cement manufacturer in the country now, the group only has a manufacturing plant in Katni district. It is planning to set up three more plants in Ametha, Dewas and Bhopal.

“The total investment in the three plants will be around Rs. 3,500 crore. This will almost triple cement manufacturing in the state to 7.5 million tonnes per annum (MTPA),” Adani said.

He said that the Adani Group will invest close to Rs. 39,000 crore on renewable energy. It will set up a major pump storage hydro project with an investment of Rs. 15,000 crore.

Meanwhile, among other investment proposals announced at the summit, Reliance Industries will invest another Rs. 40,600 crore on telecom, multi-gigawatt renewal projects and retail outlets in the state. At present, the group’s total investment in the state is estimated to be around Rs. 22,500 crore.

The Aditya Birla Group said it will invest Rs. 15,000 crore over five years across sectors.

The JSW Group plans to set up a fully-integrated cement plant in MP with an investment of Rs. 3,600 crore. JSW Paints plans to invest Rs. 4,500 crore in paint manufacturing units.

Also, ITC announced investments of Rs. 1,500 crore in setting up 1,000 farmer-producer organisations (FPOs) in the state. It is also planning to set up a packaging and food processing unit in the state, its chairman Sanjeev Puri said at the summit.


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