Noted film actor Ajay Devgan pays courtesy visit to CM

Published By : Admin | May 15, 2012 | 18:34 IST
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Devgan expresses thankfulness for the state government’s cooperation to his solar energy venture in Gujarat

Credits Gujarat’s all-round development to the dynamic leadership of the Chief Minister

Noted Hindi film actor Ajay Devgan paid courtesy visit to Chief Minister Narendra Modi today and expressed thankfulness for the State government’s cooperation to his solar energy venture which is taking place at the solar park at Charanka in Gujarat.

Mr.Devgan credited Gujarat’s all-round development to the dynamic leadership of the Chief Minister. He expressed keenness in expanding his partnership in the State’s development.

During the meet, Chief Minister outlined the success of the State’s latest pilot project for generating solar power by installing solar panels on Narmada canal. Mr. Modi said the State government has undertaken expeditious research in the direction of generating power by putting micro hydro turbine in the flowing water of Narmada.

Mr. Modi added that Narmada canal is the largest irrigation canal in the world and the power can be generated by installing solar panel and micro hydro turbine over it. He expressed desire to take this project ahead on the public-private-partnership bases.

Mr. Devgan expressed desire to partner in this project as well.

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