Punjab President Sandhwan hails Ludhiana textile industry
The exhibition in Ludhiana was organized by the Ludhiana Garment Manufacturing Association. Sandhwan said textiles and knitwear is a very exciting and dynamic industry.
Punjab Vidhan Sabha speaker Kultar Singh Sandhwan chaired the National Dots and Tints Buyers and Sellers Conference which was held at a local wedding venue on Ferozepur Road on Sunday.
The exhibition was organized by the Ludhiana Garment Manufacturing Association. Additional Deputy Commissioner Rahul Chaba and Ludhiana Central MP Ashok Parashar Pappi were also present on the occasion.
Sandhwan said textiles and knitwear is a very exciting and dynamic industry. “But the development of this sector cannot always be measured in terms of big innovation leaps, sometimes small innovations also contribute to a big change. So it is important to keep fighting,” he said.
He said, “I think Indian textile technology is one of the best in the world,” adding that not only in India, but Indian textiles are popular all over the world and much of it is exported to countries. foreign countries from the city of Ludhiana alone. .
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