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Gujarat CM Inaugurates Vibrant VIA Expo-2016 in Vapi

Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Vijay Rupani inaugurated Vibrant VIA Expo-2016 as a part of Pre-Vibrant Summit in Vapi, organized by Vapi Industries Association (VIA).

CM Shri Rupani expressed his faith that this pre-vibrant summit will add a new chapter in reputation of industrial city as Vapi. He briefed about the forthcoming Vibrant Summit-2017 which will be organized during January-2017 at Gandhinagar and said that as many as 12 countries and more than 200 foreign delegates will participate in the eighth edition of the summit.

CM Shri Rupani called for global industrial development along with enduring responsibilities towards environmental conservation. In this regard he clearly said that Gujarat has created unique identity along with green-clean state and as a growth engine through industrial progress.

With pro-active approach State Government has created an opportunity to attract more and more industries in Gujarat by announcing as many as 18 industrial promotional policies and aerospace defense policies, he added.

Gujarat has also took and unique initiative with a vision of development by Make in India, Digital India, Startup India initiated by PM Shri Narendra Modi. He expressed hope that Gujarat will become a partner through brand image of Make in Gujarat and Indian products to be exported worldwide.

Cheques worth Rs. 5 lakh in Kanya Kelavani Nidhi by Vapi VIA and a cheque of worth Rs. 5 lakh for Swachhta Nidhi by Green Enviro industries were handed-over to CM Shri Rupani.

On the occasion, Valsad MP Dr. K. C. Patel, Vapi MLA Shri Kanubhai Desai, President of VIA Vapi Shri Yogeshbhai Kabaria, Vice President of VIA Shri Hitubhai Thakker, District Panchayat President Shri Jitendrabhai Tandel, Pardi MLA Shri Kanubhai Desai, Valsad MLA Shri Bharatbhai Patel, District Collector Ms. Remya Mohan, DDO Shri Gaurang Makwana, Pardi Municipal Corporation President Smt. Tinaben Halpati, advisory committee members of VIA, Industrialists and local people in a huge number were remained present.