Chief Minister of Maharashtra aims at a new phase of industrialization in the state
There will be no conditions for green industries
Yesterday, Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Uddhav Thackeray announced few state initiatives to attract industries to the state. In his speech he said:
In Maharashtra, the government is reserving over 40,000 acre land for new industries.
Also, there will be no conditions for green industries except one, that, they should be non-polluting. We are inviting new industries to launch in Maharashtra.
If new industrial investors cannot afford to purchase land now, the state government will rent it to them. The government will also ensure basic infrastructure and not impose stringent conditions.
With this the government aims at launching a new phase of industrialisation in Maharashtra.