JAMMU – Lieutenant Governor, Girish Chandra Murmu on Friday emphasized on the need to evolve a synergy between various departmental initiatives so as to develop a conducive environment for the development of industrial sector in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
Chairing a meeting to review the functioning of Industries and Commerce Department here at the Raj Bhavan, Murmu said the Industrial sector was a key for the economic development of any region.
The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary BVR Subrahmanyam, Financial Commissioner, Finance Arun Kumar Mehta, Commissioner Secretary to the Government, Industries and Commerce Department Manoj Kumar Dwivedi, Managing Director, J&K Cements Limited Ishtiaq Hussain Drabu, and other senior officers.
During the meeting, the LG sought a detailed report on the structure and functioning of the department and stressed on taking comprehensive measures to make the industrial sector in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir more vibrant and growth oriented.
The LG was given a briefing on current financial status, organizational setup, besides key responsibilities, objectives and functioning of Industries and Commerce department.
The LG also enquired about the functioning of the J&K Cements Limited and directed for streamlining its working and taking appropriate steps to resolve all the bottlenecks to make it a vibrant and self-reliant organization.
During the meeting, a threadbare discussion was also held on the upcoming Industrial Policy and preparations for the Global Investors’ Summit.
Commissioner Secretary to the Government, Industries and Commerce Department, Manoj Kumar Dwivedi gave a power point presentation on the overview of the working of Industries and Commerce Department.
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