Syed Shahnawaz Hussain, Bihar’s Minister of Industries, stated on Tuesday at an interactive session with stakeholders on the draught textile policy that there is enormous potential to develop numerous textile centres across the state.
According to Hussain, Bihar is rich in handlooms and experienced craftsmen, and there is enormous potential for developing several textile centres around the state. Hussain also met with Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar at his house in this city. He also met with BJP officials from the Chandigarh unit at the party’s office here. Hussain stated that Bihar has a stable administration led by Nitish Kumar that provides a welcoming environment for businesses.
According to Hussain, Bihar is seeing all-around growth under the current administration. He said that Bihar is the first state to have an ethanol promotion strategy, which has attracted Rs 30,000 crore in investment. Hussain stated that they want to make Bihar a textile centre and capitalise on numerous benefits.
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