Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi today while inaugurating a hi-tech mega exhibition at Mahatma Mandir today expressed confidence that the exhibition will help young entrepreneurs to get glimpses of future developments in the industries.
A high-tech mega exhibition spreading in about 33,000-sq.meter has begun today on the site of Mahatma Mandir in Gandhinagar. The exhibition houses various theme pavilions and about 300 stalls of around 45 countries and 19 states of India, and talks about the immense possibilities of development that lies in 18 different sectors.
The site also includes a 6000-sq.feet infotainment zone that will take the visitor into the past with real time rendering of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel’s speeches and will take the visitor to the 3-D walk through the future cities of Gujarat, using the most modern digital technologies.
Chief Minister, on the occasion, said the mega exhibition is an example of how the hi-tech technology can be incorporated in the development of the state.
Mentioning the Global Investors’ Summit, Shri Modi said that it has created a positive atmosphere for doing business in the state. Successful organization of the summit has demonstrated the collective strength of Gujarat. Image of Gujarat will also extend benefits to the other parts of the country, he added.
Chief Minister also launched ‘The Gujarat’ - an English quarterly and various other books including a coffee table book on port development, ‘Legacy of Gujarat’ by health department, ‘Gujarat On Roads To Golden Health’ by forest department, ‘Medicinal Plants Of Gujarat’, ‘Glimpses Of Forests In Gujarat’, ‘Gujarat Leads The Way’ and others.
Finance Minister Shri Vajubhai Vala, Canada’s high commissioner Mr. Stewart Beck, Minister of State for industries Shri Saurabh Patel, Adani’s Shri Gautam Adani, Torrent’s Shri Sudhir Maheta, Sterling groups’ Shri Nitin Sandesariya, Assar’s Shri Prashant Ruea and Reliance’s Shri Parimal Nathawani, Principal Secretary for Industries Shri M.Shahu, MLAs, MPs, Secretaries and dignitaries from across the world were present on the occasion.