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Haldia: leaving a clear sign that she is not happy with the pace of the state\'s industrialisation, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee used an open forum on Tuesday to instruct the minister of industry, Partha Chatterjee, to expedite the process, and make sure there is no waste of time on hand. Speech in Haldia In the context of the continued deadlock in the Haldia terminal complex (HDC)over ABG- Delta Haldia bulk cargo station (HBT) Pvt Limited 275 layoffs Mamata also directed Trinamool MP Subhendu Adhikari to ensure that \"Haldia remains calm and quiet \". However, the chief minister did not come up with a new roadmap to get rid of the state\'s frustrating industrial climate, reaffirming that industry is free to buy the land it needs, but the government will help them in everything else. Responding for the first time to the ongoing deadlock at HDC, the chief minister claimed that a group with considerable \"interest\" in the media was behind a series of \"rumors\" that denigrate state and industry. \"This is a means of extortion that does not harm the image of Bangladesh,\" she said . \". Mamata also noted that the rumors did not stop this and did not prevent the influx of new investments into the state ( Earlier, Chatterjee said it was possible to invest Rs 50,000 in Haldia and East Midnapore alone) She stressed to her minister of industry to ensure that time is not wasted. She said: \"Everything is fine in port Haldia. However, CM did not forget to remind the industry that the \"working class\" is an asset and should be filled with confidence. \"If you have any questions, grab Pata, grab Subhendu, and do that if you want to contact me. ( Grab me if you can, she said) Or send me a text message . \" On Tuesday, mamata unveiled the second PET Resin plant for Dhunseri Petrochem and Tea, as well as the logistics park established by Apeejay Group in Haldia, and urged entrepreneurs to consider farmers with local help. The second PET Resin plant, established at a cost of Rs 400, made the group the largest PET resin producer in the country. The investment in the logistics center is Rs 200. She also unveiled the new cooking oil plant at Haldia for JVL Agro This is its first investment in eastern India. She also spoke about the Centre\'s dual criteria for the proposed ecological environment The tourist hub of nayahar. \"When the government earlier proposed the establishment of a chemical Center, the center allowed it to do so. The logic of environmental degradation did not apply at that time. We have proposed an ecosystem. But they opposed it. But I will still ask my minister of industry not to wait. Time is precious and should not be wasted. Timing is a key factor in achieving industrialism. Start work on any land you own. Leave that 5,000 acres ( The center refused to approve) \"Start working on the remaining land around you,\" she said Tuesday . \". Mamata stressed that her government has reduced the time it takes to obtain the necessary permits and expressed the government\'s desire to introduce a more transparent and fast system. Chatterjee has also been hit hard on \"some\" self Interested groups, who are behind the scenes of \"rumors\", aim to bring a bad reputation to the country through \"rumors. \"The investment in line is worth nearly Rs 50,000 If the work is to begin soon, own it in Naja Charon. Haldia will soon have its own IT center and industrial center. This is a people\'s government. everything we do is for their benefit. But some people obviously don\'t want it, \"he said. Subhendu said, \"the 600 mw cesc plant will be operational by 2014. Haldia Development Bureau ( He is the chairman) Efforts are being made to develop infrastructure on the basis of war. We are developing a sewage treatment system and you have seen the road that is being renovated. The pollution index is low now and will decline further. \"Mamata unveiled the second PET Resin plant for Dhunseri Petrochem & Tea and the logistics park established here by Apeejay Group, and urged entrepreneurs to consider the help of local farmers. The cost of the second PET Resin plant is Rs 400, making the group the largest PET resin producer in the country, while the investment in the logistics center is Rs 200. She also unveiled the new cooking oil plant at Haldia for JVL Agro This is its first investment in eastern India. ( Input from Suman Mondal) Download the India Times news app in the latest city.