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November 30, 2022

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Punjab News: Government will change Captain’s industrial policy, opinion is being taken from traders, businessmen and entrepreneurs

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The process of consultation is going on to formulate a new industry policy. A meeting has been organized in Jalandhar on June 27. In this, 100 entrepreneurs will be invited and the suggestions which come from them will be sent to the government for inclusion in the industry policy.

The Bhagwant Mann government of Punjab is going to make changes in the industry policy of former Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh. For this, a round of meetings has started from the government for consultations with the traders, construction factory traders and industrialists of the state. The officials are busy preparing the draft of the feedback received. Soon the government will implement the industry policy with major changes.

Earlier in 2017, former Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh had implemented the Industrial Policy in Punjab. According to entrepreneurs and businessmen, there are some big problems in these policies which could not be solved even in five years. The biggest problem in this was not being able to make a new focal point in Jalandhar.

Apart from this, entrepreneurs have to face a lot of problems in getting expensive industrial electricity, no-objection certificates from the departments for setting up industries. To overcome all these problems and to promote industrial development in the state, now after five years on behalf of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, preparations have been started to make changes in the old industrial policy. Now in the new industry policy, the government will add new facilities according to the priorities. 

Meeting on June 27,
the process of consultation is going on to formulate a new industry policy. A meeting has been organized in Jalandhar on June 27. In this, 100 entrepreneurs will be invited and the suggestions which come from them will be sent to the government for inclusion in the industry policy.

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