Ola, Uber To Create 1 Lakhs Job For State


Kolkata: Ola and Uber will help to create 1 lakh jobs by expanding services. State Finance Minister Amit Mitra informed about it.

West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee said that Bengal has turned into an environment and political friendly state. West Bengal has received new investment proposals worth over Rs 2,19,000 crore through its two-day Bengal Global Business Summit (BGBS) and it will create more than 20 lakh jobs in the state, she added.

MoU signed between Uber and the state. Uber will create a portal. Form this portal the driver of W.b.T.I.D.C.L will be accessed. And parallelly the basic info of the drivers will be delivered from the office of Regional transport office.

CM informed that about 110 MoUs will be signed on Wednesday. “About 1,042 B2B meetings and about 40 B2G meetings were held in the business summit. Today various entities of the state will sign about 110 MoUs with its counterparts across the world,” she said.

The chief minister also said that her government believes in performing than making big statements. She informed that out of 20 lakh jobs in the state, one lakh will be created by Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries Limited. “Yesterday Mukesh Ambani announced investment proposals. Because of Reliance’s investment, more than one lakh jobs will be created in telecom sector,” Banerjee said.