Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami recently requested the central government to help the state set up four industrial parks, which include two mega textile parks in Dharmapuri and Virudhunagar.
Palaniswami wrote to home minister Amit Shah in this regard last week. Tamil Nadu, being a leading player in the textiles sector, is willing to take up the central government’s offer to set up industrial parks in partnership with other state governments, a top English-language daily from South India reported citing the letter.
Meanwhile, Telangana information technology Industries minister KT Rama Rao told a conference that there is a major potential of attracting investments in electronics, food processing, textiles and logistics sectors over the next ten years.
He was addressing participants of at the Brand Hyderabad conference organised by the Hyderabad Software Enterprises Association (HYSEA).
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