Updated 6 May 2022, 3:28 am
Manipur Minister of Textiles, Commerce, and Industry and Cooperation Nemcha Kipgen inspected the proposed site for the establishment of the Industrial Estate in Senapati and Kangpokpi district after inspecting the Mega Food Park at Tengnoupal District.
The Minister was accompanied by Mahesh Chaudhuri, IAS, Deputy Commissioner Senapati, Michael Achom, IRS, Secretary, Textiles, Commerce and Industries, Yumnam Robita Devi, IAS, Director, Trade, Commerce and Industries, Peter Salam, MCS, Managing Director, MANIDCO, S. Lunguiba Thangal, MCS, SDO Senapati, N. Sundar Singh, General Manager, DIC Senapati, and Kangpokpi and other line department officials during her inspection tour at Senapati.
While inspecting the site for the establishment of the Industrial Estate at Kotomei village in Senapati, Minister Nemcha Kipgen said that various developmental works have been executed by the BJP Government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister N. Biren Singh in the state irrespective of hills and valley.
She continued that many more development works will be taken up under ‘Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, Sabka Prayas’ - the Prime Minister Modi redefines the motto for a self-reliant India.
The minister said that a large employment generation will be created after the establishment of the Industrial Estate at Katomei in Senapati apart from various other benefits for the welfare of the people.
She urged the people of Senapati, particularly Katomei village authority and villagers and its adjoining areas to render all possible and maximum cooperation towards the successful establishment and smooth functioning of the Industrial estate at Katomei village in Senapati.
Managing Director of MANIDCO, Peter Salam said that the site at Katomei was identified by the Directorate of Trade, Commerce & Industries with assistance of all stakeholders including all the district officers.
He continued that after surveying the land, DPR had reportedly been submitted to the ministry which has been approved while adding that following the inspection, foundation stone will be laid very soon to let construction start early so that the people could avail the benefits soon.
Later, the minister inspected the proposed site for the establishment of the Industrial Estate at Kangpokpi along with the concerned department officials, DC Kangpokpi Kengoo Zuringla, IAS, and members of the Kangpokpi Town Committee.
Speaking to media persons at Kangpokpi, Minister Nemcha Kipgen said that the main objective of establishing the Industrial Estate is to generate maximum employment and also to encourage entrepreneurs of the state.
The activities of the department can be broadly categorized under six groups - Village and Small Enterprises, Industries other than a village, and small enters, trade, and commerce, mineral development, registration of partnership firms under the Indian Partnership Act, 1932, and Administration of the Factories Act, 1948 and the Indian Boilers Act, 1923 and the rule made thereunder.
First published:6 May 2022, 3:28 am
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