Chandigarh, March 2- Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal today launched on-line services for Grievance Redressal System and Dispute Settlement Mechanism at Gurgaon. While speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that the Enterprise Promotion Policy 2015 has been launched to reposition Haryana as a ‘Preferred Destination’ by taking initiatives of Ease of Doing Business and Cost of Doing Business.
He said that to attract new investment in the State, Single Window Clearance System under one roof at the State level and District level has been introduced for providing speedy clearances in respect of 50 services of 16 departments on the e-biz portal for setting up of Industrial units. He said that the provision of no Change of Land Use (CLU) or Auto CLU has been made and there would be no requirement of CLU for setting up of industrial units in 31 blocks. The provision of Auto CLU with an automatic dispensation of deemed clearance has been made in respect of 75 blocks. The Chief Minister said that a number of initiatives have been taken for Labour Reforms. Likewise, Environmental Reforms have been initiated in respect of categorization of polluting industries and periodicity for consent management from Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) such as increase in minimum period of consent of five years for red category, ten years for orange category and lifetime for green category.
The inspections have been drastically curtailed and only 20 percent identified randomly would be inspected and the unit once inspected would not again be inspected in next four years. He said that for reducing cost of business, a number of incentives have been offered primarily that is investment subsidy on VAT up to 75 per cent for ten years, Interest subsidy at the rate of six per cent for five years, stamp duty refund from 80 to 100 per cent, 50 per cent exemption of External Development Charges, Electricity Duty Exemption for 10 years, Employment Generation Subsidy, special provisions of 100 per cent VAT exemption for Startups for three years. He said that these provisions and reforms would not only facilitate the new investors but would also cater to the existing industries in the State. Besides, the Government has constituted the three-tier Grievance Redressal System that is District Level Grievances Committee, State Level Grievances Committee, Apex Level Grievances Committee, specially for existing industrial units in the State to resolve their issues related to the various departments in respect of functioning of the industrial units. In order to settle the long standing disputes or litigations of existing industrial units exceeding more than one year pertaining to various departments pending at the level of Arbitrators, Tribunal and Courts, a Dispute Settlement Committee has been constituted, he added.
He said that to make the process speedy, easier and effective for resolving the grievances of the existing Industrial units, the Government has decided to make the Grievance Redressal System functional through e-biz portal www.investharyana.nic.in. He said that the industrial unit would register and submit their grievance on the portal which would be processed and resolved by the District Level Grievance Committee by the Deputy Commissioner in prescribed timelines. In case grievance relates to the state level, the grievance would be referred to the State Level Grievance Committee headed by Principal Secretary Industries. The Grievances so received on the portal would also be available on the dashboard of concerned Administrative Secretaries as well on the dashboard of Chief Minister, Haryana for monitoring. He said that the Government has also framed Draft Liberalized Estate Management Procedure in respect of Industrial Estates of HSIIDC to facilitate the existing plot holders of existing industrial units. Similarly, the Draft of Haryana Enterprise Promotion Bill, 2016 has also been prepared. These documents have been placed in the public domain for inviting feedback and suggestions under consultative process before notification, he added.