Haryana should further strengthen services sector: Jayant Sinha

Gurgaon, March 8 (IANS) Union Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha on Tuesday said that Haryana was leading in terms of business, education and financial services, which should be further strengthened to increase the GDP of the state and the country.

Speaking at session ‘Next wave of growth in services sector’ on the final day of the two-day ‘Happening Haryana Global Investors’ Summit-2016 here, he urged entrepreneurs to come to Haryana and invest in Information Technology, health, education, finance, banking and business sectors.

Sinha said that the domestic market of Haryana was very robust and required services in any sector could be provided easily.

He said that various cities of the state were developed, including Gurgaon, and there were numerous possibilities of expansion of health services. Also, there were abundant possibilities of investment in the field of medical tourism, he added.

Speaking on the occasion, Haryana Health and Medical Education Minister Anil Vij said: “We envision that the state government facilitating establishing at least one medical college in every district.”

There is immense scope for medical tourism in the state as around 27,000 patients from different countries visited various multi-specialty hospitals in Gurgaon during 2015.

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