Bengal hopes to attract Rs 37,000-cr investment under integrated Textile Development project

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2015-06-28 13:00:00 – Kolkata

The West Bengal government hopes to attract around Rs 37,000 crore investment in the state through 10 Textile Clusters or Parks under Integrated Textile Development project on PPP model over the next three years and will provide employment to 6-10 lakh people.

These parks, involving hosiery, ready-made garments and knitting, will come up at Barasat, Bankura, Metiabruz, Uluberia, Salt Lake, among other places. Most of the investments will be from private sector.

State MSME Secretary Rajiva Sinha, in the presence of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, said that the infrastructure, development and expenditure part of these projects will be about Rs 9,159 crore.

Meanwhile, six artisans from Bengal will have the opportunity to showcase their produce in France in a project under the supervision of UNESCO.

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