HSIIDC to develop industrial estates in Rohtak and Narwana

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Chandigarh, Apr 4 (UNI) Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) has decided to develop two new industrial estates in Haryana at Rohtak on NH-10 and at Narwana in Jind district on NH-71.

Stating this here today, HSIIDC Managing Director Rajeev Arora informed that the corporation has already acquired about 152 acres of land and carved out more than 200 plots of different categories in the industrial estate at Rohtak which is adjacent to the existing Industrial Development Colony (IDC).

The corporation will be providing all basic infrastructure services such as roads, water supply, sewerage, drainage and electrification etc in this industrial estate, he added.

Further, a piece of land measuring 6 acres has been transferred to HVPN for setting up of 132 kv substation in the area and the power to the industrial estate will be fed from this substation to ensure quality power to the entrepreneurs.

HSIIDC is likely to incur an amount of Rs 30 crores on various development works in this estate which are expected to be completed within a period of one year.

Mr Arora further informed that the industrial estate at Narwana will be developed on an area of 108 acres and HSIIDC has carved out around 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 has been estimated at Rs 15 crore.

HSIIDC has also proposed to construct canal based water works in order to ensure potable water supply to the entrepreneurs of the area as the underground water at Narwana is not potable, he said, ading that the Irrigation Department has already approved the estimate Rs 1.60 crore for providing 2 cusec canal water to Narwana from Sirsa branch.

Both these industrial estates will be floated for allotment by the corporation very shortly. Plots of various sizes ranging from 312.50 sqm to one acre shall be allotted on free hold basis with a provision of deferred payment.


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