The launch of long-pending Textile Park in Warangal, touted as the biggest â€˜fibre to fabricâ€™ (end-to-end) facility in the country finally gets clearance from one of the key challenge, with the authorities completing the land acquisition.
The land acquisition process at Sangem and Geesukonda mandals in Warangal Rural district had hit a roadblock with the farmers opposing to concede their fertile lands.
Against this backdrop, the Rural district administration was able to acquire nearly 1,200 acres successfully. The Rural district Joint Collector M Haritha said that the administration has acquired 1,120 acres against the requirement of 1,050 acres.
TSIIC Warangal Zonal Manager Ratan Rathod said that a detailed project report (DPR), prepared by the Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) will be submitted to the government soon.
Itâ€™s learnt that Ramky Enviro Engineers Limited is entrusted with the responsibility of submitting Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) to the State Pollution Board.
Chief Minister who is scheduled to address a public meeting in Hanamkonda on April 27 is expected to lay foundation stone for the mega textile park. However, the district administration said that they have no such information so far.
The State produces 60 lakh bales of cotton per annum but the consumption by the local mills is just around 10 lakh bales. The surplus is being exported to neighbouring States - Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra.
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