The Delhi city government on Tuesday announced that it will open a gym facility and gym equipment manufacturing facility for the first time in the district, a move that has been lauded by the industry.
The Government of Delhi, the country’s largest city, has been struggling to deal with the massive construction work at its four industrial zones, including the one at Haridwar, for years, which has forced the city to resort to hiring contractors and subcontractors.
This was especially the case at the industrial zone at Girgaum, where the Government has been trying to find a solution for its manufacturing.
The government has also started to make some adjustments in the industrial zones in the recent past.
The Haridwara Zone, which includes Haridpur, has had a manufacturing plant at its site since 2001, but the facility has been shut for about 10 years.
The Girgaam Zone, where Haridpur is located, also had a factory at its premises since 2001.
The government had planned to make a fresh plant for the zone.
But the facility, which had been shut since 2008, has now been opened to the public.
The opening of the Girgaom factory is also a milestone in the transformation of the industrial areas in the area.
In 2009, the factory had been closed due to a lack of space and manpower.
The factory has since been completely redeveloped, and now houses a total of 3,000 workers.
The Girgaomi zone has also witnessed the reopening of three other industrial zones.
It was the first zone in the country to reopen after it was closed for more than 10 years due to the construction work.
The Industrial Zone at Bhavnagar has been opened after nearly 15 years since it was shut down in 2007.
In 2016, the government had opened the industrial park at Harikonda, which is home to a number of garment factories.
In recent years, several industries in the sector had been opened up by the government, but only a few factories remained shut down.
In 2013, the Centre had approved the construction of more than 1,000 factories in sectors like footwear, leather, apparel, food processing, textile, and electronics, among others.