Hry Seeks Loans Under Ncr Advice At 2.75% Interest Rate | Chandigarh News


Chandigarh: The Chief Minister of Haryana, Manohar Lal Khattar, has demanded that loans be made under the NCR Planning Board at an interest rate of 2.75%, just as NABARD provides loans for rural infrastructure at 2.75%.
This is to ensure rapid development in the NCR region, he said. Haryana is also asking for a hybrid model for the GST, in which the production share should be included with the consumption. This will boost employment opportunities in high-production states
On Thursday, the chief minister interacted with reporters after the pre-budget meeting with Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in Delhi. The CM said the Union finance minister called on the finance ministers of all states for their suggestions during the pre-budget meeting.
The CM said he also requested a separate budgetary provision for Rakhigarhi located in Hisar. He said a large number of people were getting loans through the Mudra program under the Mukhyamantri Antyodaya Parivar Utthan Yojana. In this, an interest waiver plan should be put in place, he said. The loan limit for FPOs is currently Rs 2 crore, it should be increased so that large food processing projects can be implemented in the state, he added.
The chief minister said that a subsidy should be set for the export to encourage MSMEs to export. Along with this, containers should also be made available, so that goods can be sent easily to ports, he said. There has also been a demand to increase the amount of state interest-free capital spending to 50 years. The government of Haryana has requested 5,000 crore rupees.


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