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Industry & Government can augment each other’s efforts to make Uttarakhand a better Industrial State: Ranvir Singh Chauhan, MD SIIDCUL

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CII Industry Interaction with SIIDCUL Authority at Haridwar

By OUR STAFF REPORTER

HARIDWAR, 9 Jul: Together Industry and Government can augment each other’s efforts to become a better industrial state said Ranvir Singh Chauhan, Managing Director, SIIDCUL, while speaking at the Special Interaction organised by Confederation of Indian Industry to address industrial concerns. He further expressed, ‘’We are here to create an ecosystem which is industry friendly, wherein we can attract many other industries to our state by ease of doing business. This will not only help in generating employment, revenue but also overall economic development of the State.’’

Sonia Garg, Chairperson, CII Uttarakhand State Council raised some concerns which industry is currently facing during the interaction, including simplification in sub-letting of premises, maintenance of roads, safety & security, streetlights, law & order, extending the use of CETP facility at IIE Haridwar to other industry among others, which were very well addressed by Chauhan.

Chauhan shared some of the major projects that the Government is working on such as Industrial logistic parks, Gati Shakti portal etc. He also apprised about the the Amritsar Delhi Kolkata Industrial corridor (ADKIC) which is now passing through Uttarakhand and said most of the formalities have been completed with National Industrial Corridor Development and Implementation Trust (NICDIT), SSA and SHA has been signed, master plan is ready, and inputs have been given to the concerned authority. He added that things are getting better and better and with such initiatives coming in industrial outlook of the state will be much better.

Interaction was very much appreciated by all the participants, and it was suggested to have regular interactions for resolving issues and to take inputs/ suggestions from various industrial units. The session was well attended by over 30 industrialists from SIIDCUL Haridwar.