Under the leadership of the Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has made India and make India a Global Manufacturing Hub. With his launched of “Make in India’ campaign to facilitate investment, foster innovation, enhance skill development, protect intellectual property & build best in class manufacturing infrastructure for investment by global investors. The “Make in India” initiative is based on four pillars, which have been identified to give boost to entrepreneurship in India, not only in manufacturing but also other sectors.
‘Make in India’ recognizes ‘ease of doing business’ as the single most important factor to promote entrepreneurship and investment.
Availability of modern and facilitating infrastructure is a very important requirement for the growth of industry. Government intends to develop industrial corridors and smart cities to provide infrastructure based on state-of-the-art technology with modern high-speed communication and integrated logistic arrangements.
‘Make in India’ has identified 25 sectors in manufacturing, infrastructure and service activities and detailed information is being shared through interactive web-portal and professionally developed brochures. In particular, the facilitation has already started with making Hemp an integral part of domestic and export production for India.
Industry is accustomed to see Government as a regulator. ‘Make in India’ intends to change this by bringing a paradigm shift in how Government interacts with industry. India is truly blessed that senior government officials are reviewing policies and changing them to allow hemp production to grow on a grander scale.
With the operational framework of India set, Hemplify under the leadership of President Aseel Ali (Kuthiala), is now a standing committee member of the Himachal Pradesh Hemp Policy Committee. The Himachal Pradesh Government under the leadership of the Honorable Skuhvinder Singh Sukhu, has dispatched a strategic team of government officials to review the benefits of Hemp and policies to now being a turning point within the state of Himachal Pradesh India to now for first time in history grant access to direct and foreign investment to cultivate the market, further research opportunities, and seeking the bridge to a long term relationships with industry and government officials.