Chandigarh, 27 November (Trinew)
Haryana Governor Bandaru Dattatreya said that a picturesque picture of the industrial progress and development along with the culture of the state has been presented in the Haryana Pavilion in the 42nd International Trade Fair organized at Pragati Maidan, Delhi. Dattatreya was talking to media representatives after visiting the Haryana Pavilion. He looked at all the stalls set up in this pavilion with interest and also talked to the stall operators. On the arrival of the Governor, the dance party of Vanachari welcomed him with drums and drums. The Governor was also made to wear a turban which is considered the pride of Haryana. This time around 50 stalls were set up in the Haryana Pavilion built in the trade fair and the pavilion was shaped in such a way that the visitors could see the progress and business activities of the state along with the cultural heritage of the state.
Talking to media representatives, the Governor said that the Haryana Pavilion has been displayed in a very wonderful manner. It is a confluence of tradition, rural environment as well as modern technology. He said that Haryana is moving ahead in industries like information technology, electronics, auto mobile etc. and Haryana state today remains the industrial center of North India.
He said that Gurugram city of the state has emerged in the field of industrial and IT and today our exports have crossed Rs 1.20 lakh crore. He said that rural industries are getting a lot of boost in Panipat, Sonipat, Hisar and Faridabad of the state and farmers and businessmen are contributing fully to the development of the state. On this occasion, Chief Administrator of Trade Fair Authority Haryana, Dr. G. Anupama, General Manager Anil Chaudhary and other senior officers were present.
Progress in the field of IT in Haryana
Praising the Haryana government led by Chief Minister Manohar Lal, the Governor said that the government is taking the field of IT forward and in this connection, facilities are being provided to the common people by implementing various schemes and policies through e-governance. Has been. He said that the implementation of e-governance has brought transparency and people are getting the benefits of the schemes in a quick and easy manner, this has also curbed corruption. Bandaru Dattatreya said that today there is a clean and fear-free environment in the state from the point of view of development and work is being done to promote small cottage industries also. He said that people are getting employment opportunities through self-help groups and progress is being made in all areas of the state.