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Kaigarika Adalat Held in Mysore; Industrialists Assured

Kaigarika Adalat, by the Karnataka State Small Scale Industries Association (KASSIA), Department of Industries Commerce and Hebbal Industrialists Association (HIA) to address the problems faced by SSIs, was held in Mysore.

Participating in the Adalat, Deputy Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, who heard the woes of Industrialists along with Industries Minister PGR Sindhia and Labour Minister Tanveer Sait, assured the coalition government's commitment for the development of Small Scale Industries in Karnataka.

The survival of SSIs in the state is critical as they provide employment to 30 lakh people. Subsidy of Rs.140 crores has been provided to this sector. More financial help would be given in the next budget, he said.

In end-January 2005, Mysore will host an "Investors' Meet" similar to the one held in Bangalore, he said.

Industries Minister Sindhia said 3 industrial estates in Kollegal, Gundlupet and Chamarajpet will be set up by 2005.

The minister assured local industrialists that the government will soon acquire 200 acres of land to develop the Hebbal Industrial area.

Top bureaucrats, district officials of Mysore, Chamarajanagar, Mandya and Kodagu participated.

Mahadev S. Dhad, President of Karnataka Small Scale Industries Association (KASSIA), KASSIA Vice-President Harish Prasad and Suresh Kumar Jain, General Secretary, Hebbal Industrialists Association were present.

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