Patowary reviews implementation of Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan
GUWAHATI, July 30: Industries and commerce minister Chandra Mohan Patowary reviewed the status of Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan for promotion of MSMEs in the district level in an interaction programme with general managers of district industries and commerce centres (DICC)s and department officials through a webinar on Thursday.
As per the review 82,816 MSMEs of the state have been sanctioned credit of Rs. 1,317 crore during this pandemic period.
The minister discussed in details about the implementation of various programmes and schemes for development of industries and commerce in the state.
As on now, most of the industries have been opened and are operating in the state. The minister directed the GMs to facilitate those industries which are facing challenges or problems, so that those can resume their operations smoothly. He also directed them to identify suitable piece of government land where industrial estate may be set up in the district.
An amount of Rs. 3.44 crore has been disbursed for the indigenous industries of the state in sectors like japi, terracotta, mask-making etc. in the past two months.
Patowary directed the GMs that these funds should be utilized properly for promotion of the indigenous industries in the State and utilization certificate should be submitted accordingly.
The minister further directed the GMs that project report should be submitted highlighting the ways and means for supporting and promoting the handicrafts and indigenous industries during this pandemic period.
Dr KK Dwivedi, commissioner and secretary, industries and commerce department; Bipul Das, additional director and other senior officials were present in the meeting.