Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi has said an apparel and textiles park will be set up on the outskirts of the state capital for which a land tract spread over more than 100 acres has been earmarked.
Modi, while speaking after the inauguration of a three-day fair organised by the Bihar Readymade Garments Association, said 115 acres of land have been earmarked in Bihta for the proposed park.
He further said the park will be set up as part of the state government’s policy to promote textiles, leather, Information Technology and food processing.
He said a number of incentives were being offered to those willing to invest in the state which include exemption from land registration and conversion fees and a 10 per cent grant on interest payable on bank loans.
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