West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Wednesday stated that over Rs 1.14 lakh crore have been invested within the state’s medium, small and micro enterprises (MSME) sector in current instances which is able to create jobs for over 41 lakh individuals.
Banerjee was talking throughout a gathering of the Industrial Promotional Board (IPB) at Nabanna in Kolkata on Wednesday. The assembly was attended by West Bengal Chief Secretary HK Dwivedi and secretaries of different state departments. According to officers, the chief minister introduced varied funding proposals that the state’s financial corridors had drawn not too long ago.
“Over Rs 1.14 lakh crore have been invested in the MSME sector of West Bengal. As a result, 41 lakh people will get new jobs. This is a big deal,” stated the CM. The CM additionally introduced that the Bengal Global Business Summit will likely be held within the state capital on November 21-23. In the run-up to the three-day occasion, delegations of state authorities officers will go to Mumbai, Jaipur, Chennai and Bengaluru to hunt funding.
Talking in regards to the World Trade Centre deciding to open its workplace in Kolkata, Banerjee stated, “The World Trade Center is now opening an office in Kolkata. The MoU will be signed on March 21. The upcoming office will be built on 35 lakh square feet of land and the project will create 30,000 jobs. One and a half thousand crore rupees are being invested.”
Underlining that 8,000 acres has been recognized for acquisition, the chief minster , nevertheless, clarified that her authorities “will not forcibly acquire any land”.
The CM stated that Tata-Hitachi will quickly shift its manufacturing unit from Jamshedpur to Kharagpur. She additionally introduced that youth will likely be given Rs 5 lakh to begin any enterprise below ‘Bhobishyot’ bank card scheme.
Later within the day, Chief Secretary HK Dwivedi stated that new insurance policies are being framed to extend freshwater fish manufacturing within the state He stated that the federal government has not too long ago carried out a survey and discovered that the state has 12,800 reservoirs, he stated.
“Of these, around 2,500 water bodies are owned by the government. Under a new policy, these water bodies will be leased out to interested private companies for fish farming,” he stated.
Dwivedi additionally acknowledged that work to construct a mega fishery hub in Nayachar is progressing at a quick tempo.
“A fish processing system will be created under public-private programmes at an expense of Rs 125 crore,” he stated.
Meanwhile, Banerjee paid a go to to the house division to verify the attendance of presidency workers. The house division workplace is situated on the fourth flooring of Nabanna.
“When the chief minister reached around 12.30 pm, she saw only 25 per cent of the employees present. She was quite angry at the thin attendance,” stated an official. The house portfolio is dealt with by the chief minister.
Actor Dev to be new tourism ambassador
Kolkata: CM Mamata Banerjee Wednesday introduced that actor-turned-MP Deepak Adhikari, popularly referred to as Dev, would be the new model ambassador for the state’s tourism division. “We have Shah Rukh (Khan). He also made a video, but he is usually very busy. Dev you will do a bit of work as the brand ambassador for the tourism department. I will ask the tourism department to make him the new ambassador. Let (film director) Goutam Ghose prepare a video (on tourism), and Dev, along with others, will promote it,” Banerjee stated. ENS & PTI