IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao today claimed that new industrial policy and TSiPASS fetched laurels to the state from across the nation. During question hour at legislature council here he said that the state is going at fast pace in ease of doing business. During our regime law and order strengthened and departments are working in more transparent way using technology he said. The government gave priority for industrial promotion and development by giving adequate land to the companies roping in with investments. Five world noted companies like Google, Apple, Amazon and others set up their shop in Hyderabad accommodating many other top notch companies of IT, ITES and others.
The government is welcoming investments in 14 chosen sectors in the state. Permission given to three units on the day of laying foundation stone for food park he said adding that Plastic City will be set up in the city. As expansion of the industries and setting up of new ones will increase financial growth and provide employment we have encouraged the industrialists to invest in the state he maintained. He also said that a special park will be set up at Sultanpur for women industrialists, Science Park at Nizamabad, acquiring land for Pharma city, shift leather industry from Bholakpur to Chengicherla. The Industries minister said that efforts are being made to ensure that Hyderabad become pollution free city in future. Stating that a global summit will be conducted in November 2017, he said that a plan is on cards to set up a corridor enabling owners and workers stay in the industries.(NSS)