Gujarat’s textile industry is playing leading role in contributing to the Prime Minister’s vision, to make India a global textile hub-: Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel
CM attends ‘Textile Leadership Conclave 2023’ organised by GCCI
Shri Bhupendra Patel:-
• Gujarat accounts for 30% of cotton production in the country
• Gujarat has 25% contribution in technical textiles along with 18% contribution in the total industrial output of the country
• Trade-Industry-Unions-Government should move forward together in building a developed Gujarat
Saturday: CM Attend ‘Textile Leadership Conclave 2023’: The Textile Leadership Conclave organised by the Gujarat Chamber of Commerce (GCCI). On this occasion CM also launched an E-Directory providing details of textile industries and allied industries across the state on a single platform.
Chief Minister expressed to keep the entire textile industry of Gujarat as a leader in contribution to Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s determination to make India a global textile hub. In this regard, CM said that 30% of the total cotton production of the country is produced in Gujarat. Not only this, Gujarat contributes more than 25% percent in technical textiles. He lauded this approach where the list and contacts of around eight thousand such industries are available on a single platform.
During his address CM said, “Under the direction of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, Gujarat has become the state of first choice of investment for investors from home and abroad with the success of Vibrant Summit along with its reputation as a Policy Driven State”. He also added that as a result of such encouraging policies and business friendly environment, Gujarat contributes more than 8% to the country’s GDP and more than 18% to the industrial output.
The Chief Minister also said on this occasion that the state government will be with the textile industries for the favourable environment and advanced facilities of the PM Mitra Textile Park. Expressing his confidence that this Textile Leadership Conclave will be a catalyst for the immortality of the textile industry, the CM gave a motivational call to the business-industry-society-government to work together in building a Self-Reliant Gujarat for a Self-Reliant India.
On this occasion Additional Chief Secretary of Industries Department Shri S.J. Haider, GCCI Chairman Shri Pathik Patwari, Vice Chairman Shri Yogesh Parikh, Assocham, representatives of Textile Task Force, Chairman of Maskti Mahajan Market Shri Chintan Thacker and 78 representatives of 40 associations from states including Jammu and Kashmir and Tamil Nadu had joined.
Source: Information Department, Gujarat