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Ranchi, Feb 5: Chief Secretary R S Sharma today stressed on devising an institutional mechanism to track the stalled investment projects and suggested close monitoring of the projects on regular basis.
He said that the critical issues of delay were because of land acquisition, utility shifting
and other clearances at the state level.
The Chief Secretary said this at the High level Committee meeting at the Project Building dealing with the Industries Department that reviewed projects both in the public sector as well as the private sector, especially in infrastructure and manufacturing sectors that have been held up for investment on account of delays in obtaining various approvals or, clearances at various levels.
He said that the pending issues should be resolved to expedite the projects. He said that the
infrastructure and manufacturing sectors are important constituents of the economy and shortfall in any of these sectors could impede the economic growth.
Along with industries department officers senior officers from other departments were present at the meeting.
Those present were Principal Secretary Forest Alka Tiwari, Principal Secretary Revenue J.B.
Tubid, Principal Secretary Road Construction Rajbala Verma, Industry Secretary Himani Pandey,
Commercial Tax Secretary M.R Meena, Secretary, Rural Development Arun, Secretary Water Resources Avinash Kumar, and Law Secretary B.B. Mangalmurthy.