Gujarat: Gujarat: Pre-VGGS Interaction with Industry in December | Ahmedabad News – Times of India

Gandhinagar: In order to address the problems with the government agencies of the local industry, the state government has decided to organize the first ‘open house’. Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit ,VGGS) In January. Industrial units or unions have been asked to send a list of pending issues/complaints/suggestions in writing, after which the officials will resolve them in an open forum. The government wants local industries to be in a good mood ahead of the summit next January.
Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) invites written suggestions, complaints and grievances from local industrial units, industrial estates, industry associations and industrial clusters, which will be redressed in open houses in all major cities, all large industrial estates, clusters, etc. and the like.
Complaints can be related to government departments or agencies such as GIDC, local government authorities. Gujarat Pollution Control Board ,GPCB), industry, local revenue authorities, forest departments and similar agencies related to water supply.
Sources said that the nodal officers of all these departments and agencies will be present and try to solve the pending problems at the earliest. Sources said that officers of the level of Additional Chief Secretary will be present in the open to ensure the decision on the spot at the government level.
Open house will be held in December, local industries will be able to take part in the upcoming Vibrant Gujarat Global summit in full swing. All representations will have to be addressed to the MD, GIDC, who will then direct them to the departments concerned.
Earlier this year, the state’s Industries and Mines Department launched an experiment where officials from various departments and agencies visited industrial estates and sought solutions to pending problems at the local level. In this matter, GIDC has invited written representations from industrial units and industry bodies for addressing them before the Mega Business Summit.