A Mega Food Park Project worth Rs 65.29 crore was in principle approved for Meghalaya by the Inter-Ministerial Approval Committee. The news was shared by Chief Minister Conrad Sangma on Twitter and said, ” This will go a long way in taking the food processing sector forward in our State.”
Mega Food Park Project Worth Rs 65.29 Crore Approved For Meghalaya, CM Conrad Sangma Says ‘This Will Take the Food Processing Sector Foward’
The Inter-Ministerial Approval Committee (IMAC) meeting which gave the green signal to the Meghalaya Mega Food Park project on Tuesday, was chaired by the Union Food Processing Minister Narendra Singh Tomar.
Of the Rs 65.26 crore Mega Food Park project, the Ministry of Food Processing would extend a grant of Rs 48.43 crore.
A Mega Food Park Project worth ₹65.29Cr was in principle approved for #Meghalaya by the Inter-Ministerial Approval Committee. This will go a long way in taking the food processing sector forward in our State. Thank Hon'ble PM @narendramodi Ji & Hon'ble Union Minister @nstomar Ji pic.twitter.com/XwaG1Nkvmk
— Conrad Sangma (@SangmaConrad) November 24, 2020