PRINCIPAL SECRETARY, INDUSTRIES & COMMERCE, HARYANA ASSURES INDUSTRY TO SENSITIZE ITS LOWER BUREAUCRACY TO RESPOND TO ITS NEEDS

PRINCIPAL SECRETARY, INDUSTRIES & COMMERCE, HARYANA ASSURES INDUSTRY TO SENSITIZE ITS LOWER BUREAUCRACY TO RESPOND TO ITS NEEDS

PRINCIPAL SECRETARY, INDUSTRIES & COMMERCE, HARYANA ASSURES INDUSTRY TO SENSITIZE ITS LOWER BUREAUCRACY TO RESPOND TO ITS NEEDS

 

No.PR-68
August 6, 2016
New Delhi
 

PRINCIPAL SECRETARY, INDUSTRIES & COMMERCE, HARYANA ASSURES INDUSTRY TO SENSITIZE ITS LOWER BUREAUCRACY TO RESPOND TO ITS NEEDS
 

Principal Secretary, Industries & Commerce, Haryana, Mr. Devender Singh on Saturday articulated that with new regime in place, several pro-active measures have been notified for the industrial development of the State, admitting that the notified decisions have not been percolated down the lower rung of bureaucracy and, therefore, their implementation is stuck up.
 

He, however, added that industrial applications if registered on prescribed portals and websites, it becomes the responsibility of the administration to facilitate their logical execution as it is closely monitoring such applications in time bound manner. 
 

Presiding over the Interactive Session with the Principal Secretary, Industries & Commerce, Government of Haryana under aegis of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry here today, Mr. Singh said, “the complaint has been coming to state administration by those claimant that have physically submit their applications to concerned department as such applications are not closely monitored”.
 

Therefore, if the applications for setting up industries in Haryana are registered with the concerned portal and websites, it becomes the responsibility of the state administration for their faster disposal and in case if such applications are found inadequate in any manner, the administration seeks information and clarity to entertain their quicker disposal.
 

Managing Director, HSIDC, Mr. Sudhir Rajpal who also spoke on the occasion, emphasized that closely 60 per cent of the industrial plots in Haryana at its different locations are lying vacant for suitable buyers and therefore, the corporation would soon come out with e-auction policy for their disposal.
 

According to him, the e-auction policy is very transparent and is without any pitfalls and even if it does not attract buyers as intended, possibly the Government of Haryana might come out with alternate pricing policy for such industrial landscapes so that these are disposed off for the faster industrialization and economic activities of the State.
 

In his welcome remarks, President, PHD Chamber, Dr. Mahesh Gupta praised the pro-active initiatives of the state of Haryana to make sure that industrial activities are expanded in the state with a speed faster than anticipated which was endorsed by Vice President, PHD Chamber, Mr. Anil Khaitan who was also present on the occasion with its Secretary General, Mr. Saurabh Sanyal.
 

Chairman, Haryana Committee, PHD Chamber, Mr. Pranav Gupta; President, Gurgaon Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mr. Vikas Jain were also the participants during the occasion among others.
 

Ends.

Koteshwar Prasad Dobhal
Consultant (PR)