“The proposal of such a large amount in a district shows that the state will get exceptional investments during the state investors summit scheduled for February 2023 in Lucknow,” Hema Malini told reporters here.
She attributed such a high response to good law and order in the state, conducive infrastructure, and various other factors.
Speaking to reporters, Mathura District Magistrate Pulkit Khare said 140 agreements were signed during a one-day event held at Deen Dayal Veterinary University here.
The investment proposals have been a boon for unemployed young people as they would create around 40,000 jobs, he said.
According to officials, most of the proposals are related to the tourism, health, MSME and education sectors.
The event brought together former minister Srikant Sharma, former minister Ravi kant Garg, lawmakers Puran Prakash, Megh Shyam Singh and Rajesh Chaudhary, and mayor Mukesh Arya Bandhu.