IBN Lokmat and MIDC launch the second edition of ‘Agenda Maharashtra’

MUMBAI: Tying back to the Vision for India of tomorrow, ‘Agenda Maharashtra 2015’ is a unique initiative that will aim to track the growth trajectory of the Maharashtra government across different sectors. The 2nd leg of the initiative by IBN-Lokmat will bring top leaders, visionaries and authorities of various sectors on a common platform to share their thoughts on the government’s current initiatives, their impact, and future plan of action.


The discussion will encapsulate all the sectors that have potential to bring the state on the forefront, revive the economy, boost job growth and deliver good governance to the citizens.


IBN Lokmat deputy managing editors Mahesh Mhatre & Mandar Phanse said, “We at IBN Network firmly believe that journalism has to be truly inclusive. As part of this commitment, we are back with Agenda Maharashtra 2015 in association with MIDC.


Agenda Maharashtra 2015 will bring the key stakeholders of the state on one platform to see a recap of the initiatives taken; record the achievements, challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the government amidst influential personalities, ranging from politicians, bureaucrats to industrialists, among others.” 


Speaking about the initiative, Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadanvis in an interview with IBN Lokmat said, “The Maharashtra Government believes in sustainable growth, and that is the reason foreign investors have shown interest in the Public Private Partnerships model, as a part of the Make in India policy. Agenda Maharashtra 2015, is an initiative that hopes to discuss the dream of development right from Agriculture sector to IT sector, and Infrastructure to social development”

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