Chief Minister Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat on Tuesday conducted a CII through video conferencing

Chief Minister Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat on Tuesday conducted a CII through video conferencing. Participated in North India Virtual Conference organized by Chief Minister Shri Trivendra said that not only India but world economy has been affected by the Corona epidemic. Industrial deadlock has arisen in the country, this conference will bring new hope and confidence. The Chief Minister said that the state had been locked down since March 22. The residents and industry have spontaneously followed the lock down. So far, 51 positive cases of corona have been reported in Uttarakhand, out of which 33 people have recovered. The mountainous districts of Uttarakhand are free from the influence of Corona. Chief Minister Shri Trivendra said that C.I.I. Represents the able section of the society and at such a time CII is discharging its responsibilities with the government by joining it shoulder to shoulder. He said that CII in Uttarakhand The state unit has been in constant touch with the state government. Representatives of the industry have also contributed significantly to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.

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Chief Minister Shri Trivendra said that after the order of the Government of India, a single window has been arranged for the permission of the operation of the industry for the convenience of entrepreneurs in the state. Through this system, 1171 industries have been allowed to operate from April 20 till now. In the period of lock down, units producing essential commodities have been exempted from captive in view of necessary measures for protection from Kovid-19. Permission has been given to operate 1884 units of pharma and food production in the state.

Chief Minister Shri Trivendra said that big industries like ITC, Hindustan Unilever, Nestle, Britannia and Dabur have started production. In the auto sector, Tata Motors, Hero MotoCorp, Ashoka Lee Land and Mahindra have also made preparations to start production. Under the chairmanship of retired IAS officer, Shri Indu Kumar Pandey, to submit a report after quick study of various measures and options for strengthening the economy of the state to address the adverse effects on the economy of the state from the Kovid-19 disaster. A committee has been formed.

Chief Minister Shri Trivendra said that the last date for payment of lease, rent in SIDCUL industrial areas has been extended from 30 April 2020 to 30 June 2020. The date for payment of pending water connection / utilization charges, sewer charges etc., till 31 May 2020, the date of automatic renewal of consent under the Water and Air Pollution Control Act has been extended till 30 June 2020. Apart from this, financial assistance of Rs 2-2 thousand has been given to the workers engaged in building and other construction work. Facility of deferment in payment of fixed / demand charge from industrial and commercial category electricity consumers from March to May 2020 and late surcharge exemption in late payment of bills and disconnection of power connection when unable to pay electricity bill during lock down Is banned.

Principal Secretary Industries Manisha Panwar and Director of Industries Shri Sudhir Nautiyal were also present on the occasion.


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