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'Powerlooms will increase textile productivity in AP'
21
Jun '17
Adoption of powerloom technique in Arunachal Pradesh (AP) will increase its textile productivity, said state textile and handicrafts minister Tamiyo Taga. Apart from the development of a separate sericulture department in the state, implementation of various textile schemes in all its 16 districts will increase production of the textile sector.  

For quality production, the textile sector should focus on recruitment of efficient technical employees, said Taga while addressing a textile & handicrafts coordination and review meeting, according to the media. For proper functioning of the sector, the government should increase the strength of trainees to 2,000, according to textile and handicrafts commissioner, Tahang Taggu, who was also present at the meeting.

The textile production of the state will get a boost with the availability of proper infrastructural facilities. Release of sufficient finance will benefit the local weavers and artisans, said textile and handicrafts parliamentary secretary, Karya Bagang while addressing the audience. The revolving finance allotted for each district should also be increased. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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