new Delhi. GE Power India resumed its plant at Noida in Uttar Pradesh from Tuesday. The company had earlier commissioned its Durgapur plant in West Bengal on May 2. The company reported this to the stock market. The company said that it temporarily stopped work at both these plants after the government announced a nationwide lockdown.
The company said that after taking approval from the concerned departments, it resumed production at the Noida plant from May 12. All non-production employees will continue to work from home until 17 May 2020 or until further orders.
In Uttar Pradesh, 1,500 industrial units and 230 construction projects have been allowed to start work in Noida and Greater Noida. According to officials, with the start of work on these industrial units and construction sites, more than 1.10 lakh workers will get work. This is in line with the order of the Uttar Pradesh government in which industries are allowed to start functioning.
These units were closed due to ongoing lockdowns to prevent the corona virus epidemic. Noida Authority Chief Executive Officer Ritu Maheshwari said that about 1,150 eligible industrial units have been allowed to start work. It employs about 65,000 workers. Besides, approval has been given to start 24 residential projects (group), 65 industrial / commercial construction works and 40 other construction projects.
This post was published on May 12, 2020 2:15 pm
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