The Haryana government has formulated an Industrial Infrastructure Development Scheme aimed at promoting uniform regional and sustainable growth across the state, including in backward areas.
“It has been decided to provide fiscal incentives to assist dispersal of industry to the industrially backward areas, and infrastructure-led geographical dispersal driven by mega projects and industrial corridors,” said a spokesman of the Industries and Commerce Department.
The scheme has been introduced for providing adequate width of road connectivity with the nearest state or national highway, water and independent power feeder or sub-station up to the premises or periphery of mega projects, and identified service enterprises.
These will also be provided to thrust rural clusters and rural functional clusters set up in the ‘C’ and ‘D’ category blocks, defence projects set up in ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ category blocks and industrial estates developed by private developers in “C’ and ‘D’ category blocks. A yearly budgetary provision of Rs 100 crore would be made for the purpose