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Products made in India will be given incentives under Government's Make in India Scheme
To promote Make in India products, the government is procuring products and services of National Small Scale Industries (NSIC) and registered suppliers, contractors, entrepreneurs in the Department of Industries through Government e Market Place (GEM). During the Vendor Meet program, the Chief Chief Manager said that now the government procurement will be from the authorized people from GEM registered through NSIC and District Industries Center.
It is in the interest of suppliers through letter of credit at almost all places in Indian Railways. He appealed to all entrepreneurs and suppliers to take advantage of it. Principal Finance Advisor NP Pandey said that the letter of credit was started three years ago but it has not become popular. It aims to provide greater convenience to the supplier.
The Government of India has contracted with State Bank of India to provide financial facilities to suppliers. Railway is fully supporting good suppliers by minimizing paper work. Deputy General Manager State Bank of India PC Barod said that 91 percent of the transactions in the bank were digital. The loan process has also become paperless. Through letter of credit, the bank is providing up to 90 percent finance facility to suppliers at minimum charge.
Businessman committed suicide
At twelve o'clock on Thursday night, a drug dealer committed suicide by shooting himself in the bathroom of his house. The police was informed about the incident, the police arrived after receiving the information and started further investigation by taking possession of the body and the police is questioning the son of the deceased person.
According to the information, Saeed Ahmad (54), a resident of Ismailpur in Kotwali area, has a shop at Townhall. They have given it on rent. It runs a drugstore called Medicine Care. Saeed's body was found in his bathroom on Thursday midnight. There were three bullets in the body.
Kotwali police, who arrived on the information, were told by Saeed's only son, Anas, that Abbu went into depression two years ago after the mother's death. He was undergoing treatment. After 12 o'clock on Thursday night, I heard the sound of three bullets firing one after the other, and it was felt that the firecracker was boiled outside. If I went out there was nothing.