By admin       2016-12-02

Collector Krishna Bhaskar avowing that the Telangana government will indubitably cooperate in developing of Textile Park in the district for which proposals were already submitted to extend 50 percent of financial help on behalf of the government to reinstate the closed units. About 26 units in the textile park were closed due to delay in providing subsidy and other reasons. Also various units established in the park still have to pay Rs 10 crore to the banks. At a meeting with district level committee at his chamber here on Wednesday, he urged the Additional Director of Textile department to prepare a report about the prices of power units in other states along with a Detailed Project Report on the problems of stakeholders, who established various units to produce quality cloth in the park. He suggested the stakeholders to form a society with at least 50 members and send proposals to the Central government for releasing funds to establish more units in the park. He also suggested Panchayat Raj department engineers to prepare an estimation report on drainage canals and water supply in the park. About 90 per cent of water supply works, which were started in the park at a cost of Rs 2.75 crores, are completed. The collector ordered the officials of Public Health department to finish up the remaining works at the earliest. Separate electric line will be set up to supply uninterrupted power supply to the units present in the park, the Collector informed. Additional Director of Textile department V Ashok Rao, Additional Director of Hyderabad Powerloom Services Vijay Kumar, Hyderabad Weavers Society representative Ramakrishna and the stakeholders Anil, Srihari and Parushuramulu were present at the district level committee meeting to discuss on the development of textile park in the district.

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