Ludhiana DC, board chairmen, industry tycoons join meet virtually

Ludhiana DC, board chairmen, industry tycoons join meet virtually

Deputy Commissioner Varinder Sharma, chairmen of various boards and industry tycoons virtually join the Progressive Punjab Investors’ Summit at PAU in Ludhiana on Tuesday. Photo: Ashwani Dhiman

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, October 26

Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma, Punjab Medium Industrial Development Board (PMIDB) Chairman Amarjit Singh Tikka, Punjab Youth Development Board Chairman Sukhwinder Singh Bindra, Punjab State Industrial Development Corporation (PSIDC) Chairman KK Bawa, Punjab Large Industrial Development Board Vice-Chairman Ramesh Joshi and BACKFINCO Vice-Chairman Mohammad Gulab along with industry tycoons virtually joined the Progressive Punjab Investors’ Summit.

Welcoming the industrialists at Pal Auditorium in Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), they said the business-friendly and development-oriented initiatives of the Punjab Government have made Punjab a leading state in terms of industrial development.

The Deputy Commissioner said the state government has launched a ‘Business First’ portal to assist businesses with hassle-free NOCs to start their industries in Punjab, besides bringing Right to Business Act and ensuring cheaper power to the industry.

He said the summit would script transformation of the business era and result in economic development of the state. He assured the industrialists that the state government would leave no stone unturned to ensure that the industrialists are benefitted from its pro-investor policies.

He said the state government and the district administration are fully available for the industrialists to solve their problems.

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