Kolkata: The file related to Tata Motors’ project at Singur has finally reached Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday and it is being studied carefully by the CM herself.

Commerce and Industry Minister, Partha Chatterjee held a meeting with the West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation (WBIDC) to discuss other issues related to the matter.

He said, “Many files related to land allotment to Tata Motors’ in Singur have been sent to Writer’s building.  Banerjee has been looking into the files.”

He added, “On Monday instructions had been given to WBIDC authorities to hand over the files related to the land acquisition and agreement with Tata at Singur.”

Chatterjee maintained that WBIDC authorities have also been asked to present a detailed report on the IT sector and Industrial units of the state.

He said the government would return 400 acres of land from the abandoned Tata Motors’ project at Singur to farmers who were not satisfied with the land acquisition process. Chatterjee further stated that if required an amendment will be introduced in the Act.

 

(JPN/Bureau)