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Bengal Govt To Liberalise Land Policy

Updated: Sep 05, 2023 02:14:19pm

Bengal Govt To Liberalise Land Policy

Purulia, Sept 5 (KNN) The West Bengal government is willing to implement a more liberalized land policy to facilitate development, especially in Kolkata, said Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

Virtually inaugurating the Sree Cement Plant in Purulia on Monday, the CM said, “I want to tell you some things that now we change land policy. In Kolkata, the land is very important. We have a land bank. If the Confederation of Real Estate Developers Associations of India (CREDAI) is interested they part with logistics and all.”


Speaking at the inauguration, she highlighted the growth and potential of West Bengal's real estate sector and expressed her commitment to fostering a conducive environment for development.

In her address, the CM praised the hardworking people of West Bengal, particularly those involved in real estate, for their contributions to the state's prosperity.

She also mentioned the existence of a land bank and expressed the willingness to collaborate with CREDAI in logistics and other areas.

For the state's skilled workers, Banerjee unveiled plans to create a data bank. This initiative aims to provide opportunities to skilled workers in the construction industry. The data bank would serve as a resource for companies like CREDAI.

In her speech, she also addressed the issue of blacklisted contractors and instructed law enforcement agencies to investigate them thoroughly.

She assured CREDAI of ample opportunities within the state, despite any past challenges faced by the industry.

Emphasizing the importance of the MSME sector, CM Banerjee highlighted the significance of CREDAI's role in shaping this sector.

She urged stakeholders to collaborate and confront challenges together, while also welcoming people from various parts of the country who call Bengal their home.  (KNN Bureau)


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