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Haryana to develop two new industrial estates

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152 acres of land already acquired at Rohtak, 200 plots carved out

Photo: Akhilesh Kumar

Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda giving his autograph on a tennis ball for a young admirer while watching a tennis tournament in Chandigarh on Friday.

CHANDIGARH: The Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) has decided to develop two new industrial estates in Haryana at Rohtak on National Highway-10 and at Narwana on National Highway-71, Managing Director Rajeev Arora said here on Friday.

He disclosed that the HSIIDC had already acquired 152 acres of land and carved out more than 200 plots of different categories in the industrial estate at Rohtak which was adjacent to the existing Industrial Development Colony (IDC).

The Corporation would be providing all basic infrastructure services such as roads, water supply, sewerage, drainage and electrification in this industrial estate, he added. The work for construction of roads had already been taken up. A piece of land measuring six acres had been transferred to Haryana Vidyut Prasaran Nigam for setting up of a 132-kv sub-station in the area.

Mr. Arora said the HSIIDC had also decided to develop another industrial estate at Narwana on an area of 108 acres and had carved out nearly 200 plots of various sizes in this estate for allotment to the entrepreneurs under multi-product category. The total cost of infrastructure development in this estate had been estimated at Rs.15 crore.

Water supply

The HSIIDC also proposes to construct canal-based water works to ensure potable water supply to entrepreneurs in the area as the underground water at Narwana is not potable.

Mr. Arora said these industrial estates would be floated for allotment very shortly and plots of various sizes ranging from 312.50 square meters to one acre would be allotted on a freehold basis with a provision of deferred payment.

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