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Textiles Ministry to seek more funds for TUFS

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

The is likely to consider, within next two weeks, providing extra money beyond Rs 8,000 crore provided in the for modernisation of the textiles industry.

"I do expect the Cabinet to take it up for deliberation within the next fortnight," Textiles Secretary Rita Menon said today at a function here.

The had provided Rs 8,000 crore as assistance for textiles industry's modernisation in the 11th Plan (2007- 12), under the (TUFS).
    
While there are 18 months to go for the conclusion of the current Plan, the expenditure committed up to June 2010 has exceeded the allocations.


   
Meanwhile, Minister of State for Textiles Panabaaka Lakshmi said in a written reply in the Lok Sabha, the had suspended the sanction of new projects under the TUFS.
    
The $63-billion has been demanding continuation of the scheme as the freeze would adversely impact their and modernisation plans.
    
The segments like spinning, cotton ginning and pressing, garments and weaving are among those who have taken benefit of the scheme.
    
The domestic textiles industry, which employs about 35 million, requires constant modernisation of its plant and machinery to compete with in global markets.

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Textiles Ministry to seek more funds for TUFS

The government is likely to consider, within next two weeks, providing extra money beyond Rs 8,000 crore provided in the 11th Five-Year Plan for modernisation of the textiles industry.

The is likely to consider, within next two weeks, providing extra money beyond Rs 8,000 crore provided in the for modernisation of the textiles industry.

"I do expect the Cabinet to take it up for deliberation within the next fortnight," Textiles Secretary Rita Menon said today at a function here.

The had provided Rs 8,000 crore as assistance for textiles industry's modernisation in the 11th Plan (2007- 12), under the (TUFS).
    
While there are 18 months to go for the conclusion of the current Plan, the expenditure committed up to June 2010 has exceeded the allocations.
   
Meanwhile, Minister of State for Textiles Panabaaka Lakshmi said in a written reply in the Lok Sabha, the had suspended the sanction of new projects under the TUFS.
    
The $63-billion has been demanding continuation of the scheme as the freeze would adversely impact their and modernisation plans.
    
The segments like spinning, cotton ginning and pressing, garments and weaving are among those who have taken benefit of the scheme.
    
The domestic textiles industry, which employs about 35 million, requires constant modernisation of its plant and machinery to compete with in global markets.

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Textiles Ministry to seek more funds for TUFS

The is likely to consider, within next two weeks, providing extra money beyond Rs 8,000 crore provided in the for modernisation of the textiles industry.

"I do expect the Cabinet to take it up for deliberation within the next fortnight," Textiles Secretary Rita Menon said today at a function here.

The had provided Rs 8,000 crore as assistance for textiles industry's modernisation in the 11th Plan (2007- 12), under the (TUFS).
    
While there are 18 months to go for the conclusion of the current Plan, the expenditure committed up to June 2010 has exceeded the allocations.
   
Meanwhile, Minister of State for Textiles Panabaaka Lakshmi said in a written reply in the Lok Sabha, the had suspended the sanction of new projects under the TUFS.
    
The $63-billion has been demanding continuation of the scheme as the freeze would adversely impact their and modernisation plans.
    
The segments like spinning, cotton ginning and pressing, garments and weaving are among those who have taken benefit of the scheme.
    
The domestic textiles industry, which employs about 35 million, requires constant modernisation of its plant and machinery to compete with in global markets.

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