Biswajit visits industrial estate

BISHNUPUR, August 6, 2019 (DIPR):  Textiles, Commerce & Industry minister Th. Biswajit Singh visited Industrial Estate at Tera Urak, Bishnupur today. He was accompanied by L. Radhakishore Singh, Chairman, KVIB, Dr. Radheshyam Yumnam, Chairman, MANIDCO and P. Vaiphei, Principal Secretary, Textiles, Com.& Ind.

Speaking on the occasion, Biswajit said that the government encourages self reliance without depending on other states by using our own creative ideas and new technologies available. He also stated that by upgrading the existing production units and technologies, more employment opportunities are generated thereby benefiting the general public. He encourages the entrepreneurs to join hands and collectively promote and expand their production units to different parts of the state.

Biswajit also expressed his appreciation as the state also has started assembling and producing electric transformers. The products will be tested and utilized by the electricity department in the future. He also encouraged the handloom production of clothes for school uniforms.

“We may be living in plain or hill, we are one and the same. We should work collectively to create a healthy society which needs collective efforts of the people” he stated.

Industrial Estate was established with the funding from Ministry of MSME and NEC at Tera Urak, Bishnupur. Altogether 11 units have started manufacturing different products at large.

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