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Significantly, the neighbouring states of Punjab and Haryana which had been given liberal shares of prime land in the city in the past, have already been making the most of the UT's inability to provide land for industrial sector.
A testimony to this is the fact that the recently concluded Destination@north, the annual IT conclave held jointly by the UT administration's IT department and the Punjab government, has already invited IT giants like Infosys, Wipro to set up their campuses in Mohali and other areas of Punjab.
UT administrator Shivraj V Patil once again pushed for installing solar panels atop houses to utilise this form of energy and said that more and more residents should be encouraged to make use of this.
CBM slams move
Not happy with the UT's stand on industry, Chandigarh Beopar Mandal's Chiranjeev Singh said, "Instead (of doing this), the UT administration should try and make the environment for industrial sector more conducive so that the new industry and the existing ones can flourish together."
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