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D.B. Chandre Gowda, MP. having a look at an exhibit at the industrial show in Bangalore on Thursday.
BANGALORE: Member of Parliament D.B. Chandre Gowda has called upon the entrepreneurs to maintain good relationship with the Government and the elected representatives to avail themselves of facilities needed for industrial growth in the State.
Inaugurating an Industrial Mega Show, organised by Peenya Industrial Association (PIA), here on Thursday, he said that over 4,000 industries that were manufacturing various products in the area have given employment to over six lakh people.
The Governments had been setting aside half of the budgetary allocations for industrial growth in the State and the Bharatiya Janata Party Government was striving to promote industrialisation. There was no question of neglecting the prime sector which was playing a major role in the economic progress of the State, he said.
“The Government is aware of the fact that creation of basic infrastructure in industrial areas will help in production and increase exports,” he said.
Presiding over the function, MLA M. Srinivas said that industries were playing a major role in the development of the State and the Government was also responding to the demands of industrialists positively.
Reacting to an appeal by the association for creating basic infrastructure in the Peenya Industrial Area, he said that he would make every effort to improve the condition in the industrial area by earmarking a portion of his Legislators Area Development Fund.
President of the association K.B. Arasappa delivered the keynote address. Association vice-president S. Balasubrahmanyam proposed a vote of thanks.
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