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Ganga announces launch of CII Ladakh Zonal Council

Ganga announces launch of CII Ladakh Zonal Council

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Feb 19: Minister for Industries and Commerce Chan-der Parkash Ganga announced the launch of CII Ladakh Zonal Council.
Sheikh Imran, Chairman, CII J&K State Council said that the Industry in Ladakh faces major issues including erratic power supply, non-availability of skilled manpower, procurement of raw material, marketing of finished products and high transportation cost, which hinder the development of the industries in the region. These are the some major obstacles to the industrial growth in Ladakh Region, he said, adding that CII Ladakh Zonal Council will now be fully active in the region to work closely with the stakeholders in the region and to address the issues.
Nawang Thinlas will be heading the Ladakh Zone and represent the industrial concerns of the regions. CII is trying to bring a boost to the Industrial base of the State by the unification of all the regions of the State. Nawang is the Managing Director of Himalayan Renewable Energy and Construction Firm (HRECF), which has managed many important projects in Ladakh.
While speaking, the Minister shared deep insights on the efforts which the Government is making to ensure a smooth working environment for industry. He added that various initiatives with respect to land allocation, power supply and skills development have been being undertaken, but these initiatives need support from the industry members of CII.
“We will keep seeking the Minister support and guidance for the matters that our members raise in Ladakh. We would urge all industry members of CII to jointly work for the betterment of the State’, said Rahul Sahai, Vice Chairman, CII J&K State Council.
Gourav Mahajan, Head CII J&K State Office, Sanjay Puri, Rajesh Sharma, Ravnish Gulati, Jaspal Singh, IP Singh, Sarjeev Jain and many others were present on the occasion.


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