Lucknow, June 16 (IANS) The Infrastructure and Industrial Development Commissioner (IIDC), Alok Tandon, has directed all departments associated with industries to resolve issues as per guidelines within a fixed time frame.
He said industrial development was the priority of the government and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had given strict instructions to settle all issues at the earliest.
According to a statement issued by the Udyog Bandhu, Tandon and other senior officials reviewed 17 cases, including a complaint by the Rice Millers Exporters Association of Ghaziabad. The association said it was not an getting exemption from the mandi fee in import of paddy and export of rice out of the state.
The association was informed that as per a notification issued by the state government, mandi fee will not be payable in the trade areas outside mandi yards and the scope of the mandi committees has been limited to the mandi complexes.
On another issue related to payment of stamp duty on the amalgamation of land, it was clarified that stamp duty will be payable on the consideration of additional processing fee deposited in cases of the amalgamation of plots.
If amalgamation has been done without payment of processing fee, a stamp duty of Rs 100 has to be paid in the supplementary deed.
Hathras industries raised their concern regarding high monthly electricity bills as billing was done on the KWH and KWA parameters.
The IIDC directed the UP Power Corporation Ltd to find a technical solution to the issue and make appropriate provision in billing software within a month.