A delegation of Baddi-Barotiwala-Nalagarh Industries Association (BBNIA) led by its President Rajiv Aggarwal and General Secretary, Y.S. Guleria presented a cheque of Rs. 2.02 crore to the Chief Minister Thakur Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu towards Aapda Rahat Kosh here on Thursday evening. The Chief Minister thanked the Association for this noble gesture and said that the State Government was diligently working to facilitate the entrepreneurs and bring new investments in the State.
The government is committed to strengthen the infrastructure in the industrial areas and has laid special emphasis to upgrade the road connectivity besides providing rail connectivity, said he sadding that the issue has been taken with the Union Government to connect the industrial belt with rail connectivity at the earliest.
The State Government is upgrading Nalagarh-Bharatgarh road as four-lane to facilitate the industrialists and other commuters. He said that many renowned big business houses have expressed their desire to invest in Himachal Pradesh and the State Government would provide all logistic support to them.
The Chief Minister also assured them that their genuine demands will be considered sympathetically.
Industries Minister, Harshwardhan Chauhan, Director, Industries Rakesh Prajapati, OSD to Chief Minister, Gopal Sharma, Principal Private Secretary to Chief Minister, Vivek Bhatia and representatives of BBNIA were also present in the meeting.