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TEA may set up 10 units in proposed Warangal textile park

Press Trust of India  |  Hyderabad 

Tiruvuru Exporters Association may set up ten units in the proposed textile park at Warangal, an official release said.

IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao today visited Tiruvuru and Palladam Textile parks in and Industrialists and enquired about the measures taken for developing the Textile industries in the clusters.

The minister also enquired about incentives to handloom and powerloom workers and industries in the state of Tamilnadu, it said.

"Minister TEA (Tiruvuru Exporters Association) representatives and explained about the handloom policies of Govt and the proposed mega textile park in Warangal, TEA agrees to set up 10 units in Warangal Textile park.

"He appreciated the initiatives and planning of TEA. Minister also requested them to visit the Warangal textile Park," the release said.

The Minister assured the TEA representatives that will be allocating a separate block for TEA officials in the Warangal Textile Park.

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First Published: Thu, February 16 2017. 20:43 IST