?Pithampur will emerge best in 3 yrs?
?THE PITHAMPUR Industrial Estate will emerge as the best Industrial centre within three years. The government will sort out all the problems of industrialists of this area.?india Updated: Jan 16, 2006 19:19 IST
“THE PITHAMPUR Industrial Estate will emerge as the best Industrial centre within three years. The government will sort out all the problems of industrialists of this area.” State Minister for Industry and Commerce Babulal Gaur assured this during a discussion held by Pithampur Industrial Association yesterday.
Gaur visited the leading units in the area like Rosy Blue Diamond, Pratibha Syntax, SRF and Nicolas Piramal etc. He appreciated the organised and disciplined manner in which tasks were executed in the industrial units.
Madhya Pradesh State Industrial Development Corporation Managing Director Raghav Chandra mentioned that a Civic Centre would be developed in the area. He talked about the infrastructure requirements of the Industrial Area. He added that the government would make efforts to facilitate education, health, trade and entertainment for the industrialists and their families.
K G Shenoy delivered the welcome address and welcomed the guests. He said that certain developments in infrastructure could attract investors to the region. Association president Dr Gautam Kothari presented a memorandum to Gaur. He listed the problems caused due to delay in development of Special Economic Zone (SEZ) and issue of notifications.
Shenoy underlined that the government had not considered demands for Maksi-Godhra, Indore-Manmad and Mhow-Khandwa rail routes. These routes are crucial for export trade. The issues of Factory License and Pollution Control Board fee reduction and Drug License office in Indore were also raised during the discussion.
Industry Commissioner J N Kansotia, Director (Industries) Rajesh Mishra, Joint Director (SEZ) Sunil Bansal and Madhya Pradesh Audyogik Kendra Vikas Nigam Ltd Managing Director Ashish Shrivastav participated in the programme.
Association general secretary Naresh Randhar conducted the programme, while Nicolas Piramal India Ltd CEO J C Sehgal proposed the vote of thanks.
First Published: Jan 16, 2006 19:19 IST