Patna, May 31: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today said the state government is committed for "effective" and "functional" single window system to promote and facilitate clearances for private investments in the state.
"We have single window system policy to promote investments in the state. The system will be reviewed if the need arises."
We want an effective and functional single window system so that entrepreneurs do not face hiccups or problems in getting clearances for their projects/proposals," industries department Principal Secretary S Siddharth said quoting Kumar during his interaction with entrepreneurs at the 8th Udyami Panchayat meeting held at 'Samvad', the Chief Minister's Secretariat.
Entrepreneurs who put up their views, problems and grievances, hailed from various sectors of industries including food processing, health care industries, plastic industries, agriculture equipment and opportunity, Hotels and Restaurants Association of Bihar, travel and tourism, garments and textile etc.
Stating that Udyami Panchayat would now be a regular affair on every fifth Monday of the month, Kumar said the Industrial Incentive Policy would be amended so that entrepreneurs do not face any problems.
"SIPB should clear the proposals at the earliest. There should not be any obstacles/hurdles in getting clearances for setting up industries in the state," Kumar said adding entrepreneurs today praised the state's 2011 Industrial Policy.
Stating that the current industrial policy was effective till June 30, 2016, Kumar said "the new Industrial Incentive Policy will be ready by June 30, 2016. The suggestions and ideas given by the entrepreneurs in today's meeting will also be incorporated in the new policy."