‘Industrial ease Windows’ would be set up at all 29 Industrial Estates in State for the timely redressal of their grievances: CM 18-02-2015
Chandigarh February 18: Committed to ensure ease of doing business for the industrialists in the State, Haryana Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal today announced that ‘Industrial ease Windows’ would be set up at all 29 Industrial Estates in State for the timely redressal of their grievances. He also announced that form-C of Excise and Taxation Department would be made online by March 31 for the convenience of industrialists and the process of Change of Land Use (CLU) would be made transparent. Mr Manohar Lal was presiding over an interactive session with the industrialists of Panchkula, Ambala and Yamunanagar here today regarding the upcoming new Industrial Policy-2015 of the State. He said that setting up of Industrial ease Windows’ would not only ensure redressal of their grievances in a time bound manner but also save their time and resources. Under this system, complaint number would also be issued to them so that they could also keep a track on their complaint. Efforts would also be made to appoint Relationship Managers industry wise, he added. While underlining the need of a New Industrial Policy, he said that new Policy would aim at ensuring inclusive industrial development in the State unlike the previous government where uneven industrial development had taken place. His government would work above the area politics and ensure the equal development of the State. He said that during his visit to different areas of the State, he was told about various shortcomings in the Industrial Policy – 2011 and therefore it has been decided to frame a new Industrial Policy. The Chief Minister said that he was sensitive towards the concerns of industrialists of the State and added that issues like industry, agriculture and employment are on his top priority. Efforts would be made to make the youth employable by way of skill development. For this, new projects for skill development would be established. He assured that suggestions of industrialist which are feasible would be incorporated in the new Industrial Policy said the Chief Minister adding that ‘we are not meant for rules and regulations but these are for us’. He said that present State Government is laying special focus on Information and Technology (IT) so as to ensure speedy delivery of services. He also exhorted the industrialists to make all their transactions online so as to ensure transparency. While referring to the Make in India programme launched by Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi, he urged them to take this programme in National prospect as only then we would be able to make this programme a success. Principal Secretary Industries Mr Devender Singh apprised the Chief Minister that the draft of new industrial policy would be presented by March 31, 2015. He said that meetings have been organized with 20 industrial estates to take their suggestions and summary of recommended actions has been prepared. On this occasion, he also gave a brief presentation about the upcoming new Industrial Policy. During the interactive session, the representatives of various industrial associations gave their suggestions. These associations included Ambala Industrial Association, IGC Saha, CII, KAIMA, Laghu Udyog Bharti, Plywood Association Yamuananagar, Barwala Industries Association, Manakpur Industrial Welfare Association, Yamuna Nagar Jagadhari Chamber of Commerce, Karnal Agriculture Implements Manufactures Association, Pharmaceutical Association, Karnal HSIIDC Industries Welfare Association, Haryana Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Kalka Industrial Association and Yamunanagar Industries Association. Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr Sanjeev Kaushal, Additional Chief Secretary, Power Mr Rajan Gupta, Additional Chief Secretary Excise and Taxation Mr Roshan Lal, Managing Director, Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructural Development Corporation (HSIIDC) Mr Vineet Garg, other senior officers and large number of representatives of various industrial associations were also present in the meeting.