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Textile panel gets funds for project in Rajasthan

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New Delhi , July 20

THE Government has released the first instalment of funds amounting to Rs 4 crore to the Textile Committee, the nodal agency, for implementing under the Textile Centres Infrastructure Development (TCID) scheme for textiles clusters at the Jasol, Balotra and Bithuja belt of Barmer district in Rajasthan.

Official sources told Business Line here that the project proposal for bridging critical gaps in infrastructure at the Jasol, Balotra and Bithuja belt of Barmer district in Rajasthan was put up by the Tata Energy Resources Institute (TERI) which was subsequently approved by the Empowered Committee set up for sanctioning projects under the TCID scheme.

As per the extant guidelines of the scheme, the central assistance for the project under this would be restricted to the limits and conditions prescribed in the guidelines of the scheme. The Textile Committee, Mumbai would be in charge of overall monitoring, coordination and disbursal of funds. TERI would act as project consultants and would extend technical and advisory support at all stages whereas the actual implementation of the project would be undertaken by the local pollution control trusts.

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