Government will take steps to ease off the difficulties for the entrepreneurs who are willing to come and invest in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. An industry friendly atmosphere will be created albeit without compromising on the ecological and environmental aspects.
Minister for Industries and Commerce, Chander Parkash during his maiden visit to the SIDCO Complex Ghati and Textile Park in Kathua, reiterated the Governmentâ€™s resolve to promote a healthy environment for Entrepreneurs to set up units and support Industrial growth in the state.
At SIDCO Industrial Area at Ghati, the Minister reviewed the progress on the development of amenities in the Industrial area. He also took stock of the progress made for the establishment of the proposed Biotechnology Park inside the SIDCO industrial area.
General Manager, SIDCO, Vikram Gupta briefed the Minister about the initiatives taken for acquiring land and other clearances.
The Minister also visited Textile Park in Kathua and took review of the progress made under the project. Under the project as many as 27 textile units will be opened in the park with all modern facilities. This would enable the entrepreneurs to produce high value added products, enhance their productivity and meet international procurement standards.
At the Integrated Textile Park ('Park') in Govindsar Industrial Area, Kathua (Jammu & Kashmir) weaving will be the predominant activity, under the Scheme for Integrated Textile Park of Ministry of Textiles, Government of India.
The Aggregate investment in the textile Park is estimated to be to the tune of Rs. 163.07 Crores excluding the common infrastructure. The textile park will provide both direct and indirect employment.
The Minister also met the deputation of entrepreneurs and held detail discussions on the problems being faced by them during and after the establishment of Industrial units and assured to address all the genuine problems and a hassle free mechanism will be followed by the administration for their benefit.
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