CM inaugurates Swarnim Sankul-1

Published By : Admin | April 15, 2013 | 18:19 IST
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"Shri Narendra Modi inaugurates Swarnim Sankul-1, a new building containing the Chief Minister’s Office and the office of other Cabinet Ministers"

On Monday 15th April 2013 Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated the Swarnim Sankul 1 in Gandhinagar. Swarnim Sankul-1 is situated in the New Secretariat complex where the State Assembly and the Secretariat is situated. The new building will have the office of the Honorable Chief Minister along with the Cabinet Ministers of Gujarat.

The secretariat’s senior most Class IV employee from the Tribal community Shri Savjibhai Damor lit the ceremonial lamp on the occasion.

The building has fours floors and contains other facilities like conference rooms, rooms for Minister’s staff etc.

A large number of people were present when Shri Modi inaugurated the building. The top Cabinet Ministers were also present on the occasion. Chief Secretary Shri Varesh Sinha was present with several top officials.

Here are pictures of the inauguration.

 

 

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