Haryana Establishes NRI Grievance Cell

Haryana Sets Up NRI Grievance cell

Haryana Establishes: The Haryana government has launched a dedicated NRI grievance redressal cell at the Haryana Civil Secretariat in Chandigarh, aimed at addressing concerns and complaints of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), particularly those with roots in Haryana. This initiative is part of a concerted effort to streamline complaint resolution for NRIs under a unified platform.

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During the recent 10th Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit-2024 held in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, Chief Minister of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar engaged in one-to-one meetings with representatives from over 10 companies spanning Japan, the United States, and African nations.

Discussions centered around the prospects of investment in Haryana, with investors seeking insights into the state’s industrial and employment incentive policies. There was a notable interest in expanding existing units within Haryana and exploring new investment opportunities.

Foreign investors and NRIs, in the course of these interactions, emphasized the need for swift resolution to challenges and grievances. In response to these requests, the Complaint Resolution Centre for Non-Resident Indians has been established.

This centre will serve as a dedicated mechanism to address difficulties faced by NRIs, providing them with a platform to seek assistance and resolution.

The establishment of the NRI grievance redressal cell aligns with the government’s commitment to fostering a conducive environment for investment and addressing the concerns of NRIs, ultimately contributing to the economic growth and development of Haryana.

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