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State Government considering essential services status to IT

Aims to avoid inconvenience faced during bandhs and agitations

The State Government is seriously considering grant of essential service status to Information Technology industry to avoid inconvenience it faces during bandhs and agitations. Chief Minister, K Rosaiah said that the government was seized of the need to provide a better atmosphere to the IT industry and the matter had been referred to the Law Department for examining the issues involved.

Rosiah further added that there has been a suggestion on to enact legislation declaring the IT industry as an essential service industry. He was responding to queries by representatives of industry during an interactive session organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry on Saturday. Responding to a query on the uncertainty prevailing in the State over the past few months, Rosaiah said though the disturbances had come down largely, agitations continuing here and there are causing anxiety.

Rosaiah said the government was keen on announcing the new industrial policy 2010-2015, incorporating several incentives to attract industry before the end of the month. He accepted the request for announcing a separate policy willingness to examine a request for coming out with ‘Knowledge Park’ with the help of CII.

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