The Punjab authorities has written to embassies of varied nations that wish to shift their manufacturing out of China and warranted them of all attainable help for establishing services right here.
“We’ve got written to Japan, Korean and Taiwanese embassies in India and we’re in talks with them and providing all of them attainable help, by way of land, infrastructure and different services,” Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh mentioned in his Fb Reside programme “#AskCaptain” on Saturday.
He mentioned his authorities is shifting aggressively to succeed in out to embassies of varied nations trying to shift their manufacturing or enterprise out of China.
The chief minister mentioned the state authorities has arrange 4 industrial parks for giving them land for establishing their tasks.
He additionally thanked labourers who had chosen to remain again and contribute to Punjab’s financial power, telling them “that is your state and you’re a part of it.”
It is important for business to perform for making certain livelihood, he mentioned, urging all to maintain following social distancing norms stringently at work locations to beat the virus at each step.
“Given the way in which we’ve managed the scenario, we is not going to want a strict lockdown once more,” Mr Singh mentioned, in response to a query.
Of these migrants who had utilized for on-line registration, almost half had willingly determined to remain again and had additionally began working within the business, revealed the chief minister, including that of the entire 2.56 lakh industries within the state, 1.50 lakh have already resumed operations.
On the problem of preparations for transportation of migrants wanting to go away the state, he in an official launch right here mentioned his authorities had been facilitating the return of migrants via particular trains, together with 607 buses despatched to Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh and Odisha.
“Round 3.25 lakh of the 13 lakh migrants have returned thus far via trains organised by us whereas one other 17,000 have gone via buses,” he added.