Chandigarh: In order to promote industrial activities in the state, industrial estate will be set up in Sunam Udham Singh Wala, this was stated by the Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Punjab, Mr. Aman Arora on Saturday. You. s. Somewhere while addressing a meeting organized for interaction with industrialists and businessmen in College, Sunam.
Emphasizing on the importance of such gatherings at the grassroots level, Shri Aman Arora said that such gatherings help the government to understand the real problems faced by the industries and also help in formulating pro-business policies to make the industries flourish. There are. The objective of today’s program was to understand the requirements of the proposed new industrial estate in Sunam Udham Singh Wala.
C. L. You. and N. O. On the complaints of industrialists regarding delay in obtaining C. Cabinet Minister said that C. L. You. Plans are being made to further simplify the process of certification and the new system will be implemented soon.
Industrialists and businessmen demanded that O.M. to settle the dues of VAT. T. S. The last date should be extended at least till 31st December. SDIC General Secretary MP Singh said that the limit of development tax being implemented on employees should be increased from 2.5 lakh to 5 lakh.
Regarding the suggestion made by the local industrialist Balwinder Jindal that the industrial focal point should be helpful in setting up new industrial units, Shri Aman Arora said that the land pulling policy has been successful for developing industrial parks in Punjab and the proposed industrial project in Sunam Estate can also be developed under this policy.
Assuring them of all possible cooperation at the government level, Shri Aman Arora said that the Mann government is fully committed to creating a conducive business environment and encouraging industrial activities in the state.
The Cabinet Minister said that the Punjab Government led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann is making every effort to equip the infrastructure in commercial and industrial locations located in urban areas with state-of-the-art facilities, which will further boost the state’s economy. Will happen.
He said that the Punjab Government was fully committed to ensure conducive environment for business to flourish in the State.
On this occasion Principal Secretary Housing Construction and Urban Development Shri Ajoe Kumar Sinha, Deputy Commissioner Sangrur Shri Jatinder Jorwal, Joint Director Industries Shri Vishwa Bandhu, Chief Town Planner Shri Pankaj Bawa, G. MDIC Subodh Jindal and a large number of industrialists and businessmen were also present.