Famous Thai firm moves out from Bengal due to “unfavorable situation” for industry in the state
 Source : News Bharati English  Date : 20-Jul-2017

Birbhum, July 20: Whereas Mamata Banerjee is claiming of a developed Bengal, due to lack of industry Bengalis are migrating to other states. For the job, career, opportunity young generation of the state has to leave their home comfort and live in unknown cities. In such situation, instead of welcoming, nurturing existing industries, TMC goons compel a Thai firm to move out from the state.

Birbhum, the backward district of Bengal could have become a center of Charoen Pokphand Foods (India) Private Limited’s 500 crore business across the state. The firm already invested 100 crores but still had to shut down the project. Everyone is claiming TMC leaders of Birbhum are responsible for this as everyone knows their evil rule in Birbhum.

The Thai firm set up business in Khoirasol in 2013, tying up with local hatchers to produce animal feed and carry out animal breeding. PF operates in 35 countries and has an annual turnover of over $12 billion. Now the hatchery shades are empty and abandoned.

The General Manager of CPF in Bengal Sandip Mukherjee has said that they did not get the environment of business there. The adverse situation over there compelled them to take the harsh decision. In the month of May, when the company shut down the project he said, "We tried to compromise with the situation. But regular theft of money and imported machines became a headache for us."

The officials did not directly name the group responsible for theft but one of them said, “ We worked here from 201 to 2017. So who can create the problem during this phase people can easily understand. “. Mamata Banerjee came to power in 2011.

The firm complained several times and urged to take decisions but administration seemed to care least about the situation. When asked, the district magistrate denied it and said that they put the highest effort.

Even after CM’s warning, the recurrence of such incident has created an uneasy situation for the Birbhum district leaders. District Trinamul Chief Anubrata Mondal said that if any TMC leader was involved in the problem, he would instantly talk to the firm. He would not spare anyone in such issue.