Amar Tulsiyan, founder of Shudh Plus Hygiene Products, Niine Sanitary Napkins, recognized for Industrial Contribution on Uttar Pradesh Day
Amar Tulsiyan, founder of Shudh Plus Hygiene Products, Niine Sanitary Napkins, recognized for Industrial Contribution on Uttar Pradesh Day

Amar Tulsiyan, founder of Shudh Plus Hygiene Products, Niine Sanitary Napkins, recognized for Industrial Contribution on Uttar Pradesh Day

ANI | Updated: Jan 28, 2020 16:07 IST

Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Jan 28 (ANI/BusinessWire India): On the occasion of Uttar Pradesh Day, prominent entrepreneur of Gorakhpur, Amar Tulsiyan, founder of Shudh Plus Hygiene Products and Niine, was honoured for his commendable contribution to the industrial development of the state on UP Foundation Day at Avadh Shilpagram, Lucknow.
The Governor and Chief Minister also honoured five other entrepreneurs of the state at the ceremony. These entrepreneurs were given honours for making maximum investments in the state and giving employment to maximum people.
UP Governor Anandiben Patel and the Chief Minister of the state Yogi Adityanath inaugurated the three-day ceremony on the state's foundation day by lighting the lamp. During this, many ministers including Deputy Chief Minister of the state Dr Dinesh Sharma were present.
After the inauguration, Governor Anandiben Patel and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath felicitated select entrepreneurs for their contribution in shaping the industrial growth in the state.
Amar Tulsiyan, founder of Shudh Plus Hygiene Products, has not only played an important role in industrial development in Gorakhpur but has also employed more than 1000 people. He has delivered the brand of 'Made in Gorakhpur' to 20 states of the country. It will soon expand to many more states of the country.
Amar Tulsiyan says that it has been possible to invest due to the positive policies of the government-run textile industry. The company has invested 80 crores in the super mega category.
The company started production in May 2017 and today employs over 1000 people. The company plans to invest Rs 100 crore next year. This will further expand the production unit. Gaurav Bathwal and Sharat Khemka co-founders have expressed happiness over getting the honour on the occasion of UP Foundation Day.
"Uttar Pradesh came into existence on January 24, 1950. Today, the state has completed 70 years of its establishment. The Chief Minister said that no society and nation can ever progress by forgetting the past. The glorious traditions of the past inspire us, so based on the experiences of the past, we make plans for the future," said Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
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