IIDC Chairs High-Level Udyog Bandhu Meeting To Resolve Industry Issues

LUCKNOW || Infrastructure and Industrial Development Commissioner (IIDC) of Uttar Pradesh and Chairman of Udyog Bandhu, Alok Tandon on Thursday chaired a high-level meeting of Udyog Bandhu aimed at resolution of issues related to the existing industries in Uttar Pradesh. Instructions were issued for time-bound disposal of 22 cases in the meeting, which was attended by around 25 industrialists.

Addressing the entrepreneurs, the top-ranking UP government official said that this meeting of Udyog Bandhu had been organized under the clear directions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for resolving the problems of industries in a time-bound manner. He said that all concerned departments should strive to provide a timely solution to the problems of entrepreneurs.

Apart from this, he instructed to provide an exemption in Mandi Fee to the industrial units as per the policy of the state government.

On the issues related to setting up of fire-stations in industrial areas, Shri Alok Tandon said that the Industrial Development Authority should provide land free-of-cost along with basic construction as per the government order pertaining to the establishment of fire stations, while equipment installation and operation of the fire station would be done by the Uttar Pradesh Fire Service under the Home department.

It was informed that vertical approach would be adopted in the establishment of fire stations in the industrial areas of Chinhat-Lucknow, Trans-Delhi Signature City, Loni-Ghaziabad and Masuri Gulawati Road and Hapur industrial areas due to unavailability of a standard area of land required for fire stations.

With respect to the demand of Indian Industries Association for the supply of piped natural gas (PNG) to industrial units that were ordered to be closed by Pollution Control Board for using coal and biomass due to pollution in Ghaziabad. IIDC assured that a recommendation would be made to the Government of India regarding the PNG supply for the use of the industries in question.

In the meeting, 22 cases related to departments of Infrastructure and Industrial Development, Housing, Urban Development, Stamp and Registration, Agricultural Marketing, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Home Department / Fire department, Panchayati Raj Department, U.P. Pollution Control Board, U.P. State Industrial Development Authority (UPSIDA), PICUP and Revenue department were considered for resolution. Out of which 18 issues were resolved.

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