"Before the GIM tempo is lost, the follow-up body has to be in place on warfooting. For this the chief secretary has been asked to convene a brainstorming session of all secretaries," chief minister said.
Asked of including the controversial MoU on sea sand mining, Mr Antony said that the state government has accorded permit only to study the issue in all its ecological dimensions.
Mr Antony had earlier said that this follow-up mechanism will be conceived ambitiously as a model to rest of the Indian states. "GIM has been a bigger success than expected," he said. Rs 26,000-crore worth MoUs, including the Centre's investment in Kerala, have been signed at the two-day meet, according to Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC), which anchored the event.