Telangana plans textile parks in Warangal , Karimnagar

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Telangana government is planning to set up textile parks in Warangal district and Sircilla in Karimnagar district. These would be modelled on the textile park in Tirupur in Tamil Nadu.

It would also bring out a new industrial policy as part of its efforts to attract investments from domestic as well as international players. Also, the government is planning to reclaim land from the companies that have taken land from the government but have not provided employment on agreed terms or have fallen short of the targets.

A special cell will also be set to follow up with the companies. It would bring in the single window mechanism to speed up the decision making process.

At a recent review meeting chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao asked officials to evolve a system to give approvals in about 20 days. Also, focus should be on ensuring the required power to the industries for which the officials should start planning early.

The focus would be on strengthening the infrastructure. The industrial policy would aim at increasing the employment opportunities in the state. The officials are also directed to identify non-cultivable lands to set up industries there.

Accordingly, The new policy would be finalized after taking feedback from industry bodies like the Confederation of Indian Industry, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry and others.



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