NEW DELHI: The government will formally launch its mega ‘Make in India’ drive next week to revive domestic manufacturing. The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) will launch a digital campaign to sell India as an attractive investment destination.

The DIPP has also set up an eight-member panel of experts to address grievances and queries of global and domestic investors.
“We want to get rid of the impression that India is an unfriendly country to deal with,” a government official said.

The expert team has members from the private sector who will try to solve issues in 48 hours.

“In case they are unable to resolve within the time frame, it would go to the nodal officer of the respective department who would try to fix that within 72 hours and in the extreme cases, the query would go to the secretary,” said the official.