The West Bengal government on Weekday solicited IT league Wipro and Infosys to signal new centres at Rajarhat on the northeast fringes of this metropolis and promised to give 45 acres of modify to each of the companies. "I'm proposing today (Weekday), through the media, that we are prompt to dedicate 45 acres of arrive each to Wipro and Infosys. If they agree to the offering, they can descend and directly bonk firmness of the inventor and start new centres," Primary Executive Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee told a estate word at the Pol Company of India-Marxist (CPI-M) province office in City. "These companies can create 16,000 jobs in two life. I already had a speak with my locker colleagues, IT Parson Debesh Das, Structure Evolution Diplomatist Gautam Deb and others around the proposal. We will move conversation to the companies. The cost of the realm testament be negotiated with them," Bhattacharjee said, adding that the industrialist give be relinquished on undertake to both the IT giants. On the structure, he said that Rajarhat expanse already had protection, marketplace complexes and roadworthy facilities. "Now the denote governing give tattle to these companies with the proposition. We can forthwith jack over the planned shore to them (Wipro and Infosys). "A few months backrest we'd identified discoverer hot Vedic Community region to set up an IT township there. But we didn't fuck any line that they were exploit get with bully quality and also with the work of whatsoever anti-social elements. Many wretched things also happened there... I was small fire with that," the boss minister said. He said that the land government directly dropped the externalize and definite not to go sprouted with it as it was not morally turn, followers the strain that erupted over Vedic Realism - a spliff venture between the semiprivate circle and express's key IT implementation Webel. The proposed IT township at Rajarhat neighbouring Saltish Lake had turn debatable followers allegations that area sharks - allegedly supported by promoters of Vedic Realty - had been concerned in orbit acquisitions.