Thursday, 14 May 2020

Haryana CM will Promote all 22 Districts

Some days ago Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal said promoted under cluster scheme in all 22 districts of Haryana to generate employment opportunities. 


Haryana Govt
Industry

In Sirsa district, there is good agricultural produce, there will be plans to prepare food processing units as well as a cluster of the textile industry. Agricultural and food-based industries, iron and steel industries will be promoted in Fatehabad and Jind district. In Hisar already a good industry of iron and steel in Hisar district and textile in Bhiwani it will be further promoted. 

Mahendragarh district is a mustard area and if there are more oil mills and it will promote further this industry. Apart from this, auto component industries will also be set up. Auto components, the textile industry in Rewari district, pharmaceutical industry and chemical industry in Nuh district, scientific equipment in Ambala, IT and IT-enabled services in Panchkula, agriculture and food-based and automobile components in Sonipat will be expanded.

Auto components, construction, and engineering, agricultural and food-based industries in Faridabad and oil mills in Charkhi Dadri will be promoted. Yamuna Nagar already has plywood and steel factories, it will be promoted. Paper mills, agricultural and food-based industries will be set up in Kurukshetra. The textile industry is already running in Panipat, along with it, we will promote agriculture and food-based industries. The footwear industry in Jhajjar, especially Bahadurgarh, will be further expanded.

Haryana Govt will pursue engineering units in Rohtak. Automobiles, auto components, IT and IT-enabled services, electrical, electronics, engineering will be expanded in Gurugram. To promote agriculture and food-based, packaging and pharmaceutical industries in Karnal. 

By this type of development citizens, workers, and laborers working in every district will get employment and try to reduce unemployment.

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