In a written reply to the Lok Sabha, he said that the number of start-ups is in Maharashtra (1,477). According to the report, start-ups are running in Karnataka (4,206), Delhi (3,740), Uttar Pradesh (2,342), Haryana (1,635), Telangana (1,609), Gujarat (1,555) and Tamil Nadu (1,509).
He noted that the start-ups have been given some benefits and till March, 1,3737,7 start-ups have been provided.
He further noted that the 1st and 15th Finance Committee has allocated Rs 10,000 crore to promote start ups in India.
3,123 crore has been provided to 47 companies through alternative investment funds registered with SEBI. India – In a trade negotiation between the United States India In reply to another question, Goel said the deal would open and deal with domestic companies.