Push handicrafts exports, develop industrial estate in UT: J&K LG Sinha

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LG Sinha conducts on-site inspection and reviews ongoing construction work of Transit Accommodations

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Srinagar, Dec 14 : The Industries and Commerce Department should focus on promoting exports of locally produced handicrafts in the global market and develop industrial estate to maintain the momentum of growth, said Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Tuesday.

While chairing a high-level meeting to review the sectoral progress of the Industries and Commerce Department, the LG exhorted the officers to focus on conducting marketing promotion programmes for handicrafts focusing global market, development of industrial estate connected to significant economic nodes to maintain the momentum of growth.

During the meet, Sinha also took note of progress made under the ‘Ease of Doing Business’ initiative across various parameters.

The LG asked the senior officials to review the implementation of reforms regularly to remove bottlenecks. He directed the revenue department to work in close coordination with Industries and Commerce Department to resolve all pending issues within one month.

Principal Secretary, Industries and Commerce Department Prashant Goyal gave a comprehensive overview of the present scenario of the infrastructure, execution of incentive policy, land bank, progress of work on industrial estates, collaboration with ONDC, export promotion initiatives for One District One Product, and progress in handicraft sector.

Chief Secretary Arun Kumar Mehta, Principal Secretary, Power Development Department H Rajesh Prasad, Commissioner Secretary to Government, Revenue Department Vijay Kumar Bidhuri, Law Secretary Achal Sethi, Secretary in the I&C Department Smita Sethi, HoDs, Managing Directors and other senior officers also attended the meeting.

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