Delhi govt allots 304 plots to entrepreneurs

PTI New Delhi | Updated on March 19, 2011 Published on March 19, 2011

Delhi Chief Minister, Ms Sheila Dikshit releases Industrial Policy for Delhi as Delhi Industries Minister Haroon Yusuf (R) and Commissioner of Industries / MD (DSIIDC), Chetan B Sanghi applaud (file photo)   -  PTI

The Delhi Government has allotted 304 plots to various entrepreneurs at industrial estates developed by it in Bawana and Bhorgarh area of the city.

The plots were allotted to the applicants under the government’s relocation scheme for industries operating in the residential and non-conforming areas.

The beneficiaries were selected by government’s premier infrastructure development agency DSIIDC (Delhi State Industrial And Infrastructure Development Corporation) through a computerised draw of lots held yesterday evening.

Apart from building infrastructure, the DSIIDC looks after all the 29 industrial estates in the city.

DSIIDC Chairman cum Managing Director, Mr Chetan Sanghi said the agency has so far distributed 22,510 plots under the relocation scheme since its launch in 1996.

The scheme was launched to enable the industrial units to relocate from residential and non-conforming areas to approved industrial areas.

Mr Sanghi said out of the total plots, 194 are of 100-sq metre each while 100 are in the size of 150-sq metre each. The remaining 10 plots are of 250 square metres each.

The draw of lots was held in the presence of senior Delhi Government officials.

Published on March 19, 2011
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