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Garmenting UnitJharkhand (India) Government has started identifying land for the implementation of MoUs signed to establish garment manufacturing units during the recently held Global Investors’ Summit. 210 MoUs were signed during the Summit.

Rajbala, Chief Secretary of Jharkhand is ensuring that the industries should be set up maximum on Government land and that minimum rayyat land is acquired and used for the purpose. “If rayyat’s land will be required, the Government will pay four times more price for it. The concerned entrepreneurs are being corresponded for land inspection, land acquisition and planting industries in the state,” said Rajbala.

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She inspected 210 acres Government land in Sodha Mauja in Namkom block along with 33-acre land in Saher Mauja in Nagri block and 125 acres in Ormanjhi block.

 

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