Chandigarh, January 5: Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Dushyant Chautala, today inaugurated the Common Facility Center set up by the Global Agriculture Manufacturing Association under the State Mini Cluster Development Scheme of the Department of Industries and Commerce in Kagdana, Sirsa.
Effective steps are being taken by the State Government to take the path of development by developing the small and micro-entrepreneurs in rural areas. Financial assistance up to 90 percent is also provided by Haryana Industries and Commerce Department to make small and micro-entrepreneurs self-reliant through various schemes.
Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that small industries will be largely benefitted through new technology and it will lead the rural areas on the path of progress. He said that this project will directly benefit the youth in rural areas. The Deputy Chief Minister said that the department is ready to provide all possible help for setting up projects like food packaging. He said that many such projects can be set up through different departments.
He said that setting up of 10 projects such as food packaging in any area can lead to the development of that area. He said that under this scheme, the rice milling cluster project has been set up in Kaithal, in which every grain of paddy can be separated through machines on the basis of size and color, which will benefit the farmers.
He said that this industry has been set up by the Haryana Government under the flagship State Mini Cluster Development Scheme. Under this scheme, 25 such industries were being set up across the state. He said that the youth living in rural areas have come forward to work in the small scale industry. They have set up such industries in their own villages providing employment to others.
He informed that up to 90 percent of financial assistance is provided by the Haryana Government to the youths starting such self-employment. He assured that the government would provide all possible support for the development of this common facility center. He also urged the potential entrepreneurs of Sirsa to come forward and take advantage of the government scheme.
The Deputy Chief Minister said that there will be no shortage in development works in the state and it will be done without discrimination. After the ceremony, the Deputy Chief Minister also heard the problems of the villagers and assured their solutions.
A large number of villagers were present on this occasion, including former MLA Ran Singh Beniwal, SDM Sirsa Jayveer Yadav, Dr. Virendra Sivach.