State to consider relaxation of TCP norms in villages in industrial areas-CM

Himachal Government would consider relaxation in the TCP norms applicable in the villages of industrial areas to facilitate the villagers besides implementing the minimum wages Act in the industrial areas of the State to benefit the industrial workers in the State.

Prof. Prem Kumar Dhumal, Chief Minister informed during a public meeting at Khera in Nalagarh Sub Division of district Solan. CM laid the foundation stone of Kargil Martyr Subedar Tara Chand Memorial Government High School to be constructed with charity fund of Rs. 60 lakh from Indian Express group.

Chief Minister said that a report had been summoned from the BBNDA to explore possibilities to take villages out of TCP provisions so that the villagers could carry forward with all their activities as usual while providing best basic amenities to the villagers in the industrial area. He said that only industrial and areas on either sides of the road in the area would be treated under the prevalent TCP kept out of its purview.

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