The UP Govt. has taken an effective initiative in the healthcare and pharmaceutical sector for its development and also for the creation of employment. For this purpose the MoUs have been signed by 34 investors making a pledge of investment of Rs. 6,970 crore on the occasion of Investors’ Summit-2018 being held at Lucknow.
Union MoS for Health and Family Welfare, Anupriya Patel stated that with the help of these steps there would be a wave of development which in-turn would help the country make strides. These disclosures have been made by Siddharth Nath Singh, the State Minister for health in the special plenary on “Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Strengthening the Ecosystem in UP” on the occasion of “Investors’ Summit-2018”. According to him, the MOUs for the investment of Rs. 5,743 crore in health care and
Rs. 1,227.55 crore in pharma sector (Total 6970.55 crore), have been signed.
Singh said that these health care centres would be located at Greater Noida, Noida, near Yamuna Expressway and pharmaceutical centres would be located at Lucknow, Moradabad
and Jhansi etc.


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