Haryana CM announces regularization of MSME units in state
Chandigarh, June 29 (KNN) Making several announcements for the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) units in Haryana, the State Chief Minister Manohar Lal KHattar announced regularization of MSME units developed in more than 70 per cent geographical area of non-conforming area.
Addressing the entrepreneurs present in Haryana Maha Udyog Sangam-2019 organized by Haryana Chapter with the coordination of All India Manufacturers’ Organisation in Faridabad, Minister announced for getting the Haryana Industrial Survey – 2019 conducted.
He said that the the government has separate proposal to provide relief to units in less than 70 per cent area under which the livelihood of people living in such areas will be improved.
For this, the government will provide land to such entrepreneurs at other place under PPP mode and that area will be declared a commercial area, the revenue received from such commercial area will be shared by the Haryana Government and entrepreneurs in the ratio of 50-50 per cent and the entrepreneurs can buy land from their share of 50 per cent and establish their units. This will also lead to development of another area, he added.
Besides this, he mentioned that under the new Enterprises Promotion Policy-2015 of the Government, several concessions have been given in the Group-C and D blocks to the backward industrial sectors, in which the rate of electricity for units up to 20 kilowatts has been Rs 4.75 per unit.
With an intention to give jobs to the people of Haryaan in the newly established industries, the government will give Rs 3,000 per month for three years, that is, Rs 1.88 lakh to those entrepreneurs, said Khattar.
With regard to old industrial town in Faridabad, he stated that the present State Government would like this industrial town to recapture its old identity.
“In old Faridabad, each household has small units. In the Haryana assembly, the bill was passed to provide relief to these units, but for the necessary amendment in the Central Labour Law, I had written a demi-official letter to the Central Government in which approval was sought to implement the Factory Act on units with electricity for increasing the number of laborers from 10 to 20 and from 20 to 40 on units without electricity”, he said.
Manohar Lal also said that on behalf of the government, there would be no objection towards providing such CLUs to the units.
The Chief Minister also gave assurance to solve the problems related to pollution, labour and industries department. Also, facilities such as roads, water and sewerage will also be completed there, he added.
Moreover, he stated that there is no shortage of electricity in the state.
He also announced the setting up of a sub-station of 66 KV capacity on six acres of the village of Nikpur in Faridabad which will be completed by March - 2020. Sub-station of 220 KV capacity in Sector-58, whose work is expected to be completed in one year was also annouced.
The Chief Minister appealed to the entrepreneurs to establish maximum employment oriented ventures.
Vishwakarma Skill University in Dudhola village of district Palwal, which was established by the State Government has signed 90 MoUs with entrepreneurs.
Under those MoUs, faculty facilities will be provided by the university and infrastructure by the entrepreneurs and can take skilled workforce from the University as per their requirement, he said.
He added that more than 60,000 youth have been given the benefit of apprenticeship, who have been given Rs 3,000 monthly stipend during 6 month apprenticeship.
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