By admin       2018-01-04

The year-long slowdown has wiped out capital, pushed Bhiwandi weavers into a debt cycle and created a shortage of labour. Unless there are specific policies to promote textile export, the future appears dark, said Burhanpuri, whose family has been in the business for generations. (Express Photo by Prashant Nadkar) The year-long slowdown has wiped out capital, pushed Bhiwandi weavers into a debt cycle and created a shortage of labour. Bhiwandi's textile industry has become a casualty of volatile government policies that keep changing every few months. The family-owned textile manufacturing facility, located on a narrow alley of Narpoli in Bhiwandi, has not been operational for almost a year.The year-long slowdown has wiped out capital, pushed Bhiwandi weavers into a debt cycle and created a shortage of labour. (Express Photo by Prashant Nadkar) The year-long slowdown has wiped out capital, pushed Bhiwandi weavers into a debt cycle and created a shortage of labour. (Express Photo by Prashant Nadkar) Dust lifts off the ground as 50-year-old Yaseen Ansari walks into his textile manufacturing unit for the first time in two months , As Reported By IE. According to the Newspaper,Inside, 20-odd powerlooms sit silently, covered in dust and cobwebs. The family-owned textile manufacturing facility, located on a narrow alley of Narpoli in Bhiwandi, has not been operational for almost a year. A kilometre away, a handful of powerlooms weave fancy fabric white fabric with intricate borders of red and blue at Iqbal Burhanpuri's textile unit in Khadipar. A large part of the unit is not operational

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