Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, August 21
The collaboration of Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) and the Cooperation Department augurs well for the cooperation sector as the latter possesses immense potential waiting to be richly harnessed to ensure the economic turnaround of Punjab. These views were expressed by Cooperation Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa on the occasion of handing over of Letters of Intent by Indian Oil Corporation regarding setting up of IOC retail outlets at Gurdaspur, Nakodar and Bhogpur cooperative sugar mills.
He said the sector was fast emerging as the game changer in strengthening the economic infrastructure and the handing over of LoIs today would lead to augmenting the income of the cooperation sector institutions of the state with Markfed, Milkfed and Sugarfed being able to sell their products at these outlets.
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