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20 MoUs inked in presence of CM on Monday for proposed investments totaling Rs. 11820 crores

    Under the Aatmanirbhar Gujarat Schemes for Assistance to Industries scheme

    56 MoUs totaling Rs.79,375 crores in five phases inked with State Government

    More than 54,731 proposed employment opportunities will be generated through these industries


    Under MoU on the first day of every week

    20 MoUs inked in presence of CM on Monday for proposed investments totaling Rs. 11820 crores

    Finance-Energy- Industries Ministers joins on the occasion


    Gandhinagar, Monday: State Government is committed to realize Prime Minister’s call of ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ through Atmanirbhar Gujarat under the leadership ofGujarat Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel.

    “The Atmanirbhar Gujarat Schemes for Assistance to Industries” announced by the State Government in October-2022 under the guidance of Chief Minister makes an important contribution to this commitment to build a Self-reliant India through Self-reliant Gujarat.

    Under this scheme, an initiative is held on the first day of every week, i.e. Monday, to sign MoUs between various industrialists and the state government to start industries at different places in the state.

    Under the direction of Chief Minister, five phases of this initiative have been completed and a total of 56 MoUs have been signed. Resulting to a total proposed investment of Rs. 79,375 crores in Gujarat. About 54,730 citizens will also get employment opportunities in the coming days.

    Giving momentum to “The Atmanirbhar Gujarat Schemes for Assistants to Industries”, various industrialists signed 20 MoUs in a single day on March 20 in the presence of CM.

    Through this 20 MoU in the presence of Minister of Finance and Energy Shri. Kanubhai Desai and Minister of Industries Mr. Balvantsinh Rajput, a proposed investment of Rs. 11820 crores will be made in the state and 16100 new employment will be generated.

    These multiple MoUs will see investments in industries such as lithium-ion battery materials and advanced pharma intermediates, dense soda ash, food processing, specialty chemicals, API, kraft and duplex paper-board, specialty products for personal care, etc.

    These industries will start commercial production by 2025 through their own production units in Dahej, Saykha, Jhagadia, Sachin, Sarigam and Ankleshwar as well as Dwarka, Dholka and Sadra-Kadi.

    Other countries including Germany, USA, UK, Kuwait, Malaysia have also signed MoUs for setting up industries in the state under this “Atmanirbhar Gujarat Schemes for Assistance to Industries”.

    Additional Chief Secretary, Industries Department Shri Kamal Dayani on behalf of the State Government and the concerned industrialists on behalf of their units signed the MoU in presence of CM.

    Chief Secretary Shri Rajkumar, Industries Commissioner Shri Rahul Gupta, MD of iNDEXTb Smt. Mamta Hirpara and senior officials were present on the occasion.

    Source: Information Department, Gujarat