Jind / Chandigarh During the nationwide lockdown due to Corona epidemic, the state’s small, micro and medium industries ie MSMEs have been significantly affected and due to this Haryana Government has set up a MSME Directorate by setting up a committee to bring these industries back on track. This information was given by the State Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala while addressing a press conference in Jind. During this, he informed that the government will soon release a portal for MSMEs and through this, all the people connected with small scale industries will be helped to benefit the announcements made by the central government.
Government takes big step to bring micro, small and medium industries back on track: Deputy CMTalking about the new MSME directorate, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that the state government has created a directorate of MSME (micro, small and medium scale industrial units) to facilitate the entrepreneurs and bring them maximum benefits. The government has also constituted a committee for the MSME directorate, in which senior IAS officer and director of MSME Vikas Gupta has been given the important responsibility, while the chief secretary will preside over it. He told that this committee includes people associated with ACS Finance, ACS Udyog, Bank Representative, two MSMEs. He said that this committee will work to benefit micro, small and medium scale industries. Dushyant Chautala said that the committee constituted in the next three days will work in coordination with the banks to take the announcements made by the central government to the entrepreneurs.
He said that the objective of the government is to strengthen the economic activities of the state by bringing back all the micro, small and medium scale industrial units as soon as possible. He said that soon a portal will also be released by the committee of MSME Directorate to help small industries and it will be fully monitored by this committee. He said that through the portal, all the small scale industries, whether connected with agriculture, e-commerce or any other sector, will be provided assistance through the portal and work will be done to get loans from banks.
In response to a question related to the poultry industry, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that at first the only Haryana government took steps to help the poultry industries. He said that the work of providing 1500 rupees per quintal millet poultry farm from Hafed’s warehouse to the operators according to the capacity of their choice. Along with this, maize etc. was also made available from other states.