Punjab Government led by Chief Minister S. Bhagwant Mann is striving hard to promote industry in the state for generating more employment opportunities for the youth of the state, said Housing & Urban Development and Information & Public Relations Minister Mr Aman Arora, who laid a foundation stone of Udyog Seva Kendra at Dera Bassi Today.
Mr. Aman Arora, while addressing the members of Dera Bassi Industries Association, said that the industrialists of this region will get great benefits with this Udyog Seva Kendra. He said that Chief Minister S. Bhagwant Mann was pushing to promote Ease of Doing Business and establishing new industry in the state, which is the backbone of the economy as in the progress of any country or state, industry plays a major role.
He said that he has been hearing about the difficulties faced by the Dera Bassi industrialists. The industry of this area was neglected by the previous governments. Now, the state government led by S. Bhagwant Mann was not leaving any stone left unturned in providing the required facilities to the industry.
He informed that the Housing and Urban Development department has delegated powers for approval of Building Plans and grant of Completion Certificate of standalone industries including compounding of standalone industries, outside MC Limit, to Director of Factories so that the industrialist need not to apply at two separate departments for getting the Building Plans of their factories approved.
Many other significant decisions have been made regarding setting up industries in the state, with which Punjab was emerging as a preferred destination for industries across the country. On this occasion, he also lent sympathetic ear to problems being faced by industrialists and assured them to resolve their problems at the earliest.
Earlier, MLA Mr. Kuljit Singh Randhawa felicitated the Cabinet Minister and apprised him the difficulties faced by the industry of Dera Bassi. On this occasion, SDM Dera Bassi Mr. Himanshu Gupta, President of Dera Bassi Industries Association Mr Vijay Mittal, Secretary Rakesh R. Agarwal and other office bearers and industrialists were also present.
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