Haryana government to concentrate on aero-space and aviation at the new industrial policy: Deputy CM | Chandigarh News


Haryana government to focus on aero space and aviation in the Giv.in

Haryana deputy chief minister Dushyant Chautala. (File photo)

CHANDIGARH: Haryana deputy chief minister Dushyant Chautala stated that the country is going to be the very first in the nation to concentrate on aerospace and aviation as thrust-sector in its own new sector coverage.
Deputy CM held a meeting with officials of different divisions in Chandigarh regarding Haryana Enterprises Promotion Policy-2020. Then, while interacting with the mediapersons he advised the state government is finalising the draft of industrial policy to encourage businesses in the nation. He added the brand new industrial coverage has been formulated so that it’s valuable for industrialists, enhance investment in the country, youths get more tasks chances. He explained that a set of meetings is underway to finalise this Haryana Enterprises Promotion Policy-2020. From the meeting held now, detailed discussions were held by senior officers of different sections in order to execute the new industrial policy.
Dushyant Chautala said that so as to present favourable atmosphere for those businesses in the nation, a new industrial policy has been devised by the state authorities for its year 2020 into 2025, that will be put into place by following month. He explained that the government has asked MLA, MPs and all industrial institutions of the country in addition to national level industrial institutions such as FICCI, ASSOCHAM to present their proposals from September 8.
Dushyant stated it is the priority of this state authorities to set up maximum units to import-export, particularly in the thrust-sector from the nation and the government is completely focussing with this while devising the new industrial policy.
Referring to the majority drugs-park connected with medical engineering, he stated that Haryana would be among the primary nations which will encourage industrial components by dividing all of its 22 districts to many clusters.


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