A GJEPC designation met with Maharashtra Chief Minister Shri. Uddhav Thackeray on 4th June at his authority home Varsha, in Mumbai to brief him about the India Jewellery Park Mumbai (IJPM) mega group project, and to demand prompt help from the state government on certain major problems.
Driven by GJEPC Chairman Colin Shah, the assignment included Vice Chairman Vipul Shah, Kirit Bhansali, Chairman, India Jewellery Park Mumbai, and Committee of Administration Member Russell Mehta.
Mr Aditya Thakeray, Minister for Environment and Tourism, Mr Sitaram Kunte, Chief Secretary, Mr Ajoy Mehta, Senior Advisor to Chief Minister, Mr Ashish Singh, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister were available from the Govt of Maharashtra in the gathering.
The Chief Minister reacted emphatically to a proposition from GJEPC to collaborate with it on the IJPM project. Shri. Thackeray went above and beyond and noticed that the IJPM building ought to be considered as a notorious and visionary structure with the possibility to turn into an acclaimed Mumbai milestone and vacation spot in the territory of Maharashtra.
Shri. Thackeray prompted GJEPC that to continue producing exercises running and to forestall any unfriendly monetary effect on the state brought about by lockdown-type circumstances over the long haul, the IJPM venture ought to give nearby minimal expense lodging offices to workers. This will guarantee that the workers would stay protected in the city and there would be almost no misfortune to jewellery producers or the economy.
The Council informed Shri. Thackeray about the IJPM’s capability to add to Maharashtra’s monetary advancement by drawing in speculations of more than Rs.14,000 crore ($1.9 billion) and upgrading India’s worldwide seriousness. The venture is required to set out business open doors for more than 1 lakh workers in the state. GJEPC has effectively saved the sincere cash and first portion to MIDC and the Honorable CM additionally assented to be the Chief Guest for handover ceremony of the land to GJEPC. The State Govt has additionally guaranteed for a gathering in coming a long time with all concerned offices to work out various modalities of the project.
During the gathering, Colin Shah raised other key concerns, for example, challenges confronted when opening current records with non-loaning banks; deferring of stamp obligation on imports of gold bullion in Maharashtra; stamp obligation exclusion on enlistment of sub-rent arrangements by the SEEPZ-SEZ Units; and forgoing of stamp obligation borrowed and security archives executed to benefit trade account.
The Council likewise engaged the Chief Minister that the Parichay Card (identity card) gave to each industry laborer ought to be perceived by the Home Department of the Government of Maharashtra.
Article Courtesy- Diamondworld.net