October 22-The Haryana Government has decided to implement its new Information Technology (IT) Policy to encourage IT based industries and generate employment opportunities.
Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal said this in a meeting with representatives of Indian Cellular Association in New Delhi. The representatives of the Association assured the Chief Minister of setting up new units in the State.
The Chief Minister said that the State Government gives assistance to industries for setting up of their units in the state and generate employment opportunities. He said that Enterprises Promotion Policy 2015 has been implemented to realise the vision of Make in India programme and promote industries in every sector. In terms of ease of doing business, Haryana has become the favourite destination of entrepreneurs. He said that major area of Haryana falls under National Capital Region. Therefore, Haryana is most feasible state for investment in IT industry. Also, an IT cluster could be set up near Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway, he added.
In the meeting, the representatives of the Association put forth their demands before the Chief Minister and sought relaxations related to their sector, which included land for setting up of industrial units and demand related to VAT. The Chief Minister assured the representatives that the State Government would provide better environment to entrepreneurs. He said that a new National Highway would be proposed from International Airport, Delhi to Katra, Jammu via Jind passing through Amritsar under which 200 kilometers land of Haryana would be developed as commercial site. Besides, regional connectivity service would be started to connect cities of Haryana with air services which would provide congenial environment to business and industries, he added.