Punjab backed out of textile park plan: Goyal
New Delhi, January 12
Union Commerce and Textile Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday stated the Punjab Authorities utilized for the Centre’s mega textile park scheme however later withdrew the appliance citing unavailability of land.
Answering questions throughout a press convention after the conclusion of the thirteenth India-US Commerce Coverage Discussion board in Washington DC, Goyal lauded the Sikh enterprise and urged the Punjab Authorities to develop into extra proactive in searching for funding and competing for central incentives.
Cited lack of land
Punjab utilized after which withdrew software saying it didn’t have the land. —Piyush Goyal, Union Minister
“The Centre has unveiled production-linked incentive schemes throughout sectors and doesn’t discriminate between states. In truth, beneath the PM Mitra scheme, the Centre is constructing seven mega textile parks for which purposes have been invited. Punjab utilized after which withdrew its software saying it didn’t have the land. So even when we would like, we can not think about Punjab beneath the scheme,” the minister stated.
Goyal urged the state authorities and the state business to be extra proactive on the entrance of investments. “As we speak states need to make a compelling case to ask investments,” he stated. The minister hailed the contribution of Sikhs to the US trucking business. “We’re proud that the Sikh group has made its mark worldwide by the dint of arduous work,” he stated.