On Tuesday, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has announced that the BJP government will unveil many of the projects in the state, which were signed during the Vibrant Gujarat Summit by March. CM Rupani has particularly mentioned one such project, which is already operational and functional plant of Suzuki Motors in Gujarat.

In a press conference, CM Rupani announced that the Gujarat government will be inaugurating or laying the foundation stone for several projects signed during the summit.

The Gujarat Chief Minister told sources that “The MoU signed will become a reality. We are either going to perform the inauguration or lay foundation stones for more than 400 such projects.”

“Our opponents always cry foul saying that the ‘Vibrant’ summits do not produce any results, but we will prove their claims false,” added CM Rupani.

With this announcement, the Gujarat government had issued a list of 27 projects, which contains projects that will be inaugurated in Gujarat by end of March this year.

One of such significant projects mentioned is the Suzuki India Project, which is the second line of car manufacturing in Ahmedabad. But as per the report of Suzuki Gujarat, the plant is already functional and Suzuki has started its production from January 2019 of Swift cars.

According to press released statement by Suzuki Motor Gujarat Private Limited (SMG), 100 percent subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation for the production of automobiles in India, “The Company has completed construction of the Gujarat Plant No.2, and started production of the Swift from January 2019.”

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