A meeting of Udyog Bandhu was organized under the chairmanship of the District Magistrate.

Sultanpur 29 December/ A meeting of District Udyog Bandhu was organized in the Collectorate Auditorium under the chairmanship of District Magistrate Kritika Jyotsna. In the meeting, the committee was informed by the Excise Officer regarding Food Safety, Electricity Department, Pollution Control Board, Agriculture Department, Technology Information Department on Niveshmitra portal within the time limit and 01 case of Excise Department pending on the portal after the time limit. That recovery of Rs 28 lakh is still pending, due to which no due certificate is not being issued. District Magistrate directed concerned officers to take action to cancel the case and monitor the portal.

In the meeting, the Deputy Commissioner Industries Committee was informed that the target allotted in the funded schemes PMEGP and ODOP in the district has been achieved. Under the Chief Minister Youth Self-Employment Scheme, three times the target number of applications have been sent to banks, out of which more than 50 percent approval/distribution process has been completed. The balance is pending at the bank level, which is being reviewed.

Leading District Manager Bank of Baroda was directed by the District Magistrate to get the approval/distribution process of the files sent to all the banks done at the bank level, so that the target can be accomplished. Under the MOU signed by 21 departments in the district, 140 units are ready for the ground breaking ceremony. The requirement of land was displayed on the portal by 36 units, out of which 36 units have been given the option of land. A scheme for the development of private horticultural parks has been implemented, in which it has been requested to provide the proposal/application of 10 acres to 50 acres along with the ownership papers and estimation of the land to the District Industry Promotion and Entrepreneurship Development Center Sultanpur. 1 to 35 plots are vacant in Mini Industrial Estate Budhana Kadipur, whose area is 3680.85 square meters. Press release has been issued for the process of plot allotment.

In the meeting, the committee was informed by the Deputy Commissioner Industries that 650 applications are being displayed on the portal under the Prime Minister Vishwakarma Shram Samman Yojana by the Government of India. He said that industrial organizations and entrepreneurs have been requested to submit maximum applications. On this occasion, Chief Development Officer Ankur Kaushik, Chief Revenue Officer Shailendra Mishra, Regional Manager UPSIDA Ayodhya, Leading District Manager Anurag Sankhwar, Pollution Control Board Rae Bareli, Assistant Commissioner Commercial Tax and officials of industrial and industrial organizations of the district and district coordinators of banks were present. .