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  • Press Releases 2-10-2017

    • Chandigarh, Oct 2–The Haryana Government is preparing a new textile policy for Panipat and Sirsa and it would be notified by the end of this month.
    • Disclosing this while interacting with representatives of various industrial associations in Panipat today, the Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal, said the state government had provided single-window system to facilitate industrialists for setting up new units in the state and this had yielded positive results. 
    • He urged industrialists to think positive and be patient, and assured them that all their demands would be considered sympathetically.
    • Raising the grievances related to old industrail area, an industrialist pointed out that the industrial area had been set up in 1948 and an estimate of Rs 30.94 crore had been sent for the construction of roads in the area. On this, the Chief Minister said  tenders for the roads would be issued this month.
    • Another industrialist said that six villages in the industrial area near the refinery had been divided into three blocks A, B and C and these should be merge in the industrial area in one block. Regarding issues related to electricity, wires and poles, the Chief Minister said directions would be issued to the department concerned to do the needful.
    • Another issue raised at the meeting pertained to alloting part of  Sector 29 on no-profit--no-loss basis. The Chief Minister said a written communication in this regard had been sent to the Haryana Urban Development Authority and action would be taken.
    • Office-bearers of the Haryana Chamber of Commerce informed the Chief Minister that the CLU powers vested in the deputy commissioner for one acre of land, should be enhanced to two acres and the limit of power connection be increased from 50 kilowatt to 100 kilowatt. On this, Mr Manohar Lal said these ideas would be considered for inclusion in the textile policy. He asked all industrialists to pay special attention to the safety standards in their industries to avoid any untoward incidents.
    • The Chief Coordinator, HSIIDC, Mr. Sunil Sharma, took up the  grievances of industrialists on priority basis, and the Chief Minister gave the assurance that these would be redressed sympathetically.
    • Others present on the occasion included the Transport Minister, Mr. Krishan Lal Panwar, MLAs Mr. Mahipal Dhanda, Mrs. Rohita Rewri and Mr. Ravinder Machhrouli, and other dignitaries. 

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