Haryana government today said it is preparing a new textile policy for Panipat and Sirsa, which will be notified by the end of October this year.
This was stated by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar who was interacting with representatives of various industrial associations in Panipat today, an official release said.
The chief minister said the government has been providing single window system to industrialists for setting up new industries in the state and this system has yielded positive results.
He urged the industrialists to think positive and be patient, and assured them that their all demands would be considered sympathetically.
Highlighting the grievances related to old industry area, an industrialist said the industrial area was set up in 1948 and estimated Rs 30.94 crore had been sent for construction of roads in the area.
In this regard, Khattar said that tenders would be issued this month.
Another industrialist informed that six villages in industrial area near refinery were divided in three blocks A, B and C and suggested to merge the entire industrial area in one block.
The office bearers of Haryana Chamber of Commerce said the CLU (Change of Land Use) powers vested with the deputy commissioner for one acre of land should be enhanced to two acres of land and the limit of power connection be increased from 50 kilowatt to 100 kilowatt.
Khattar said that these ideas would be considered for including them into textile policy.
The chief minister said all industrialists should pay special attention to safety standards in their industries so as to avoid any untoward incidents.
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