Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said that industrial areas of Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) would be transferred to Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) so as to avoid any inconvenience to industrialists in the state.
Addressing the industrialists of Rewari, Dharuhera and Bawal in a meeting held here today, Khattar said that apart from this, a new system would be evolved to maintain proper coordination with industries at district level.
He further said that an approval has been granted for setting up of 15 clusters in the state for effective management and disposal of solid waste.
Tenders have been invited for three clusters -- Gurugram, Faridabad and Sonipat, he said, according to an official release.
While exhorting industrialists to also work in the fields of health education and villages, he said that they should contribute maximum through their corporate social responsibility (CSR) and become a partner in the development process of the state.
Khattar said that present times being an era of information technology (IT), special emphasis is being given to providing various facilities online.
He said that industries have played a vital role in the development of Haryana and therefore, the state government is implementing new schemes and policies to enable the industrial sector to flourish.
He said if any industry faces any problem, the same would be resolved one-by-one.
Khattar said that the act of taking over the possession of factory plant by the labourers would be declared as illegal and a circular in this regard would soon be issued. The Chief Minister said the economic condition of any state largely depends upon the condition of its industries.
Various other issues were also discussed in the meeting.
The Chief Minister gave necessary directions to officers concerned to resolve the problems being faced by the industrialists at the earliest.
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