CHANDIGARH: Haryana deputy chief minister Dushyant Chautala said on Wednesday that the state government is committed to providing the best ecosystem to the industries.Haryana is working on several world class infrastructure projects, he said, adding “Bhabha Kavach, India’s lightest bulletproof jacket” is in the pipeline. The deputy chief minister — who also holds the portfolio of industries and commerce department — was addressing the 6th CII North Regional Council Meeting as the chief guest in Chandigarh.Chautala said that the Haryana government is building a global city in Gurgaon, an integrated multi-modal logistics hub at Narnaul, an electronics manufacturing cluster at IMT Sohna and an integrated aviation hub at Hisar. He said that Haryana is a “Top Achiever” in the Ease of Doing Business Ranking-2020.“This year also, we aim to maintain the Top Position in the EoDB Rank,” he said. Inviting the industrialists to invest in Haryana, the deputy chief minister said that Haryana is a land of opportunities. While at the time of its formation in 1966, Haryana was an agricultural state, today it is one of the most industrially developed states.He said that recently, Mishra Dhatu Nigam Ltd (MIDHANI) Hyderabad has set up its new armoring unit at IMT Rohtak spread across 10 acres to meet operational requirements of defence and armed police forces. MIDHANI is the first defence PSU to set up its manufacturing plant in Haryana which will produce almost all types of armoured products for the Forces and manufacture ‘Bhabha Kavach’ — India’s lightest bulletproof jacket, he added.Chautala said the state has marquee investments from Maruti Suzuki India Limited to the tune of Rs 20,000 crores wherein the company will manufacture two-wheelers and four-wheelers at Kharkhoda.Grasim Industries is setting up a paint manufacturing unit in Panipat with an investment of Rs 1,100 crore.ATL batteries has started building a manufacturing unit with investment of Rs 7,000 crores in IMT Sohna.Along with this, Haryana has become the top investment destination of the country today with many more investments. He pointed out that Haryana has only two per cent of India’s population, but contributes 6.5 per cent of the GST revenue. He said that Haryana has abundant manpower with 65% of the population in the working age group of 15-59 years.