Yogi allays Maharashtra’s B’wooden ‘takeover’ fears


Mumbai, December 2

Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday said the northern state was not desirous of taking away the film business out of Mumbai.

“However, it is an open competition and the one who gives the right atmosphere and security in which talent can work will get the investments,” he told mediapersons here.

Ahead of his visit to the financial capital, the ruling Congress in Maharashtra had alleged a conspiracy to snatch away the city’s film city to UP, and CM Uddhav Thackeray had vowed not to allow anybody to “forcibly” take away businesses.

“We are not snatching or hindering anyone’s investments. One who can give a safe atmosphere, better facilities — and especially social security — in which one can work without discrimination will get investments,” he added. — PTI



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