Addressing a press conference at Chandigarh, Dushyant Chautala Deputy Chief Minister Haryana also holding the charge of industries in the state said, state has prepared a road map duly approved by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khatter to set up MSME Parks in every block in districts in the state to inject energy in the arms of micro, small and medium industrial units helping to provide assistance in setting up industry, production, sale and exports which will also provide employment opportunities to unemployed youths in the state.
He said Chief Minister has already given green signal to implement this scheme immediately. Chautala said, several products including honey, pickle, spices, handicraft products, hand woven ‘durries’, cloth, soap & hair oil and sanitizers are being manufactured by tiny industry in the state and state government will provide them assistance to expand their business and increase income by promoting the sale of their products in national and international markets.
Chautala said, facility for 70 types of approvals from nearly 20 departments required to start a industry will be available under a roof through a portal in MSME Parks so that such small scale industrial units may be able to undertake production as well as sale of their products at minimum expenses assuring permission to start function of industry will be given within 15 days.
Information reveals, there are 9.70 lakh micro, small and medium (MSME) units in Haryana state providing employment to nearly 20 lakh persons at present. Chautala said, every care will be taken to boost these units and get them national and international identification. He said, state government has increased budget for MSME units hundred percent and there is a proposal to set up clusters in every district to enhance production in these industrial units and state government will provide 90% financial assistance to start a cluster having investment up to Rs 2 crore.
While addressing Chatala disclosed that 62,060 industrial units have been set up in Haryana state with the investment of Rs 33,799 crore providing employment to 5.86 lakh persons in past seven years in which total number of 495 OMU with the investment of Rs 6.66 lakh crore set up in the state providing employment to nearly nine lakh persons. He said, exemption in obtaining CLU and NOC from the government while setting up a small scale industrial units has been given.