Due to globalization, the global village concept has come into effect worldwide. The Kannadigas have settled in many foreign countries and are considered non-resident Indians. The State Government has come up with a "Non-Resident Indian Committee" to bring the Non-Resident Indians to their roots.
The Honourable Chief Ministers of Karnataka is the Chairmen of the Committee and one cabinet minister being the Vice president of the committee is a mirror of the importance of its functions. The "Non-Resident Indian Committee" is working hard for uplifting the NRI community in Karnataka.
Karnataka being a state with rich and abundant resources, there are immense investment opportunities. It has implemented the “Karnataka NRI Policy 2017” to facilitate investment by NRIs in the state.
The main purpose of the non-resident committee is to bring in various investments from non-resident Kannadigas to their motherland, creation of NRI Kannadigas data registrations and providing necessary legal assistance and financial assistance, registration of grievances, providing an online petition for financial aid and registration of institutions are being provided by the Non-Resident Indian Committee. "Non-Resident Indian Policy, Karnataka - Policy" has been created for the benefit of non-resident Indians. More information can be obtained from the committee's official website.