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Ludhiana Deputy Commissioner lifts ban orders from Dyeing Industries

Ludhiana, August 25, 2019:

Deputy Commissioner Mr Pradeep Kumar Agrawal has ordered to lift the ban on the closure of dyeing industries fall in five clusters in the city.

It is pertinent to mention that Deputy Commissioner-cum-Chairman District Disaster Management Authority, Ludhiana, Mr Pradeep Kumar Agrawal, on the recommendation of the Municipal Corporation Commissioner had issued orders for closure of these industries. The municipal corporation has noticed a decrease in water level in the Sutlej river, due to the rise in river water STP was closed.

But now the plant has been restarted. Industries from Bahadurke cluster, between Samrala chowk to Jalandhar bypass, Tajpur Road Dyeing Industry, Industrial Area-A and Moti Nagar and all dyeings in the focal point area were banned by Deputy Commissioner on the recommendation of Commissioner Municipal Corporation few days back in the wake of floods.

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