The textile industry of Haryana is planning to shift its units to Uttar Pradesh and a delegation of the Haryana Textiles Association has met Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in this regard recently.
Impressed by the improved law and order in the situation in Uttar Pradesh and the industry-friendly policies of the Yogi government, the textile industrialists of Haryana have expressed their desire to invest Rs 2,000 crore in the state while the Chief Minister has assured entrepreneurs of providing all kinds of facilities, including land for setting up of industries.
The Chief Minister instructed the Chief Secretary to provide land to the Haryana Textiles Association and prioritise the people establishing industries. He also assured the entrepreneurs that they would not face any problems in the state as the government stood with them.
During the meeting with the Chief Minister, the members of the Haryana Textiles Association said that Uttar Pradesh was having the most conducive environment for setting up of industries in the country today. According to them, compared to earlier, today investments and investors are completely safe in UP.
It is noteworthy that the Yogi government has made 25 sectoral policies for the Ease of Doing Business in the state. Additionally, the process of setting up of industries is being monitored through ‘Nivesh Sarathi’ and ‘Nivesh Mitra’ portals. The portals also facilitate incentives to the investors, which is why the entrepreneurs are getting attracted to invest in Uttar Pradesh.
50 industrial units will be established in the first phase
The members of the Haryana Textiles Association have conveyed their intention to the Chief Minister to invest Rs 2,000 crore in the state. They have said that in the first phase, 50 industrial units will be established, providing direct and indirect employment opportunities to 25,000 youths of the state. Additionally, the state will get foreign exchange from annual sales of products worth Rs 5000 crores and exports will increase, they added.
In the meeting with Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the 21-member delegation of Haryana included So Yung Pung and Amit Parikh, CEO of KUNSHAN Qtech Company, a mobile-part manufacturing company from Hong Kong; Sachin Goyal, Chairman of Uttar Pradesh MSME Startup; AIM President Satyaprakash Sharma, Jitendra Parikh, Bhupendra Singh, Pratap Arora, Naresh Sharma, Pramod Aggarwal, SP Agnihotri, Pankaj Gupta, Subhash Luthra, Sahil Chandna, Aanchal Bora, PK Aggarwal and Ajay Aggarwal among others.