Online Regn to Give Boost to Make-in-India

Published: 28th December 2014 06:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th December 2014 06:10 AM   |  A+A-

TIRUPUR: All legal hurdles would be removed for ensuring growth of industries under the ‘Make In India’ campaign, Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Nirmala Sitharaman said here on Saturday.

“The Central government’s ‘Make In India’ concept is to change of mindset of the industry. Entrepreneurs are lacking confidence and they should have the ‘killer instinct’ for achieving success,” she said addressing the third edition of ‘Resilient Tirupur’ organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). She said industrialists have not so far questioned the irrelevant rules and regulations, which are posing a threat to them. “We are keen on removing those legal obstacles soon,” she said.

As part of such measures, registration for new industries would be made online for processing the applications quickly. “If the application is not processed within 45 days of submission, the applicant can deem it permission to run the business. All administrative bottlenecks would be cleared to prevent industrialists from going to  other countries,” she added.

According to her, industrial clusters similar to Tirupur and Coimbatore should be created across the country based on the growing demands.  “With the help of industrialists from self-propelled Tirupur and Coimbatore cities, new hubs could be created,” she noted.

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