1,100-acre logistic hub to be developed in Narnaul: Haryana CM

[] Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar, has announced that a logistic hub would be developed in Narnaul, in which a Dubai-based company has expressed intent to invest

A logistic hub, spanning over 1,100 acres, will be developed in Narnaul, Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar said in Fatehabad, on December 9, 2017. Meetings have been held with various industrial groups and agreements signed with about 150 big companies, involving investments worth Rs 86,000 crores, he said.

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A new industrial policy has been implemented to attract investment into Haryana, he said, adding that for this, the registration process has been simplified and all approvals related to establishing new projects, are being granted under a single roof. “Apart from this, several rebates are given to the industrial groups, to motivate them to set up ventures in Haryana, to generate employment opportunities for the youth of the state,” he said. Liaison officers have been deputed to assist the industrial groups, he said.

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Khattar, who led a delegation to Dubai earlier to woo investors, said some big industrialists from Dubai were keen on investing in Haryana. “On the pattern of the ‘Global City’ being developed in over 1,200 acres in Delhi, big industrialists have shown interest in investing in similar projects in Haryana. Industrialists from Dubai would visit the state for a meeting with the state government in January 2018,” he said.

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