Rupani also said that to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the state government was running a number of schemes for the poor and the downtrodden, along with taking up cleanliness drive.
The CM said the decision of giving quota benefits to those having a family income of less than Rs 8 lakh per annum irrespective of their caste was a step in the direction of Sauno Sath, Sauno Vikas (collective efforts, development of all).
Speaking during “Africa Day” event at Vibrant Gujarat Summit, Okello, Uganda’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs (International Affairs), said Indians had arrived first but “ignored a beautiful Africa” — the Chinese came subsequently and took it over.
“The new dates for the postponed examination will be declared after we receive a notification (regarding implementation of the new Act) by General Administration Department, which is expected soon,” Dasa said.
Through the last eight editions of Vibrant Gujarat summits the renewable energy sector has realised only 7.35 per cent of the investments valued at Rs 40,345 crore, as reported by The Indian Express earlier this week.
The CM was addressing real estate and property developers of Rajkot after inaugurating Property Expo & Showcase, 2019, a mega property show organised jointly by Rajkot Builders’ Association (RBA) and Institute of Indian Interior Designers (IIID).