Chief Minister Mr. Vijaybhai Rupani today clearly stated that only educated and cultured citizens could carry the onus of development of Gujarat.
Taking proud in making Gujarat as the first state in the country to appoint ‘Fee Regulatory Committee’, the Chief Minister stated that Gujarat Government is determined to provide higher education at an affordable cost to the students of poor and middle classes families.
Mr. Rupani also assured to the farmers that the state government will supply sufficient water for farming. However, he urged the farmers to utilize every drop of water in very rational manner.
Speaking at a function held at Jodia town in Rajkot district, he also announced that on an experimental basis a ‘Water Distillation Plant’, having capacity of 100 MLD, would be installed there to convert salty water into drinkable sweet water. The people of Gujarat will not face drinking water scarcity till July 31st, he stated with assurance.
The Jetpur-BJP Yuva Morcha donated an amount of Rs. 30,000/- towards Chief Minister Relief Fund.
The Chief Minister also unveiled the statues of ‘Iron Man of India’ Shree Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and former road and building minister, Mr. Savjibhai Korat at Juni Sankali village in Jetpur taluka of Rajkot district.
Those who attended the function, included food and civil supply minister Mr. Jayeshbhai Radadiya, Shashtri Shree Radharamandas Swami, former minister Mrs. Jasumatiben Korat, BJP district president Mr. D K Sukhadia, general secretary Mr. Bhanubhai Mehta, district collector Mr. Vikrant Pande and others.
Source : Gujarat Information Bureau
Source: Information Department, Gujarat