Mah Govt to develop Textile Park in Koradi

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 22 Jan 2019 10:46:15


 

Staff Reporter,


Mahagenco will handover 169 hectare land for the park

NMRDA will be nodal agency for development

Maharashtra Government will develop a Textile Park on 169 hectare land in Koradi. Mahagenco will provide its additional 169 hectare land for the Textile park. Traders and industrialists of the city will get space in the park.
This was decided in a meeting chaired by Guardian Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule in a meeting hall of Nagpur Metropolitan Region Development Authority (NMRDA) on Monday. MLA Krishna Khopde, NMC Standing Committee Chairman Virendra Kukreja, NMRDA Chairperson Sheetal Ugale, Textile Director Dr Madhavi Khode, Mahagenco Chief Engineers Abhay Harne, Anant Deotare, Executive Director Shirudkar, Mahagenco Director Sudhir Paliwal, Superintending Engineer Sunil Gujjalwar, General Manager Ajay Ramteke and others were present in the meeting.


Bawankule has directed officials of NMRDA to submit a proposal for the nod of State Government within 15 days. NMRDA will work as nodal agency for the Textile Park, he added. He also directed officials of Textile Directorate, MIDC and Mahagenco to work together over this proposal. The NMRDA will provide all the basic amenities to the park.
At the outset, Virendra Kukreja, Standing panel chief said, traders and industrialist of Gandhibag and others areas should get space in the textile park for their units. All the entrepreneurs will get space, amenities and all facilities at one place. This will help them to grow their business, he added.


Later, Sheetal Ugale, Chairperson of NMRDA gave information about the proposed Textile Park in Koradi. She also directed the officials to prepare a Detailed Project Report (DPR) of the project.


Discussing over another proposal, Guardian Minister said, “Kumbhar community will get land for the manufacturing of brick kiln. Around 400 persons are manufacturing brick kiln over NMRDA and State Government’s land at various places. Now, they will get land at Mahagenco premises for manufacturing brick kiln from fly ash. The Government will handover 40 plots to them on January 27.”


Krishna Khopde, MLA said, “This will help them to manufacture brick kiln from fly ash. The names of beneficiaries will be decided by lottery system.” Bawankule said, “The land vacated from them will be used for the construction of houses under Prime Minister Awas Yojana (PMAY).”


In another proposal, Guardian Minister said, “State Government has provided special facilities for the devotees coming to Mahalaxmi Jagdamba Temple, Koradi. A special bus depot is being constructed for the benefit of devotees. Around Rs nine crore has been spent on the construction work. NMRDA and Transport Department of Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) will sign an agreement for the maintenance and cleanliness of the bus depot.”


Discussing development work of Tajabag, Guardian Minister stated that Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) has completed several developmental works proposed under Tajabag Development Project. The total cost of the project is Rs 132 crore. The work of Rs 60 crore has been completed while development work of Rs 42 crore will start as per the proposal.