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Telangana Attracts Investments Worth Rs 2.34 Trn In 8 Years

A total of 15,747 units with an investment of Rs 1,33,325 crore and providing employment to 9,95,787 people have commenced operations

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Telangana has attracted investments to the tune of over Rs 2.34 lakh crore since the formation of the state in 2014, an official report said.

To accelerate industrial growth in the state and to make Telangana a favoured destination for investment, the state government had enacted the TS-iPASS( Telangana State Industrial Project Approval and Self Certification System) Act for granting approvals to the entrepreneurs at a single point within set time limits based on a self-certification furnished by the entrepreneurs.

As on date 19,837 units with proposed investment of Rs2,34,836 crore and proposed employment of 76,56,460 have obtained approvals.

A total of 15,747 units with an investment of Rs 1,33,325 crore and providing employment to 9,95,787 people have commenced operations i.e. 80 per cent of units that have obtained approvals have commenced operations, it said.

The state government through its T-IDEA (Telangana State lndustrial Development and Entrepreneur advancement) lncentive Scheme 2014 is providing various kinds of incentives to the entrepreneurs, besides setting up Telangana Industrial Health Clinic as Non-Banking Finance Company (NBFC) with a corpus of Rs 100 crores of which Rs 10 crore is funded by the government.

According to the report, till now more than 200 sick units were assisted by TIHCL.

For revival of Ramagundam Fertilisers and chemicals, the state government has confirmed the equity of 11 per cent. Equity and till date over Rs 261 crore was released towards part of the equity and setting up infrastructure.

For revival of Sirpur Paper mills Aditabad, the K Chandrashekar Rao-led government has approved the proposal of J.K Papers Ltd and sanctioned the special incentives by according Mega Project status to it, it said.

The Telangana government also established four Regional Micro, Small Facilitation Councils at Rangareddy, Medchal-Malkajgiri, Warangal Urban and Karimnagar for resolving delayed payments issues of MSMEs.

(PTI)


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