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Gurgaon MSMEs are not happy with infrastructure in city

Updated: Apr 11, 2016 01:29:15pm

Gurgaon, Apr 11 (KNN) Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday said that several development works are under way to improve infrastructure in Gurgaon.

While addressing a public meeting at “Vikas Rally” in Kakrola-Bhangrola village here, Khattaar said that there is a proposal to extend the metro line from HUDA City Centre to Manesar or Sohna and work was being done on it.

The expansion of the private-run metro in Gurgaon is also likely, he said.

Gurgaon is one of the most expensive cities in the country where multi-national companies’ offices are set up along with the Local MSMEs.

KNN  caught up the, Vice President of Gurgaon Industrial Association (GIA), Pramil Jindal who said that infrastructure has not much improved for the industry, but talks are going on with the Government to improve it.

He said, "We have to face the land issues as the land is very expensive and not available to set up the industry here."

He pointed that the electricity charges are very high as compared to neighbouring states like Rajasthan and Punjab.

One more thing which bothers the industry is  insufficient water supply, he said adding that even Government does not allow for bore welling.

However, he said that the industries are well connected with roads.

The cost of living is very high in the city, as a result of this wages are also high, added the entrepreneur. (KNN Bureau)


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