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Anil Ambani calls Modi a ‘king among kings’ at Vibrant Gujarat summit

Gandhi Nagar, Jan 11 (Truthdive): Highly admired by India Inc at the biennial Vibrant Gujarat Summit, initiated today, Chief Minister Narendra Modi showed his marketing ability to drive investments into Gujarat.

Praising Narendra Modi on the occasion, chairman of Reliance Industries Mukesh Ambani said that Modi is a leader, who is full of dreams and aptitude and announced Rs 500 crore for education purposes that is likely to be arranged in association with the Gujarat government.

Declaring Modi to be a ‘king among kings’, Anil Ambani said that Modi has Arjuna-like clarity of image and principle. Assuming Modi’s ability to have inspired huge attraction for investors and entrepreneurs from India and all over the world, the Ambani brothers congratulated Modi for his victory in being re-elected as chief minister of Gujarat for the third consecutive time.

The event was attended today by a number of corporate representatives, who assured billions in investment, after the violence and an earthquake in Gujarat in 2001. As per Gujarat’s statistics, out of 12, 40,000 crore rupees in investment projected at the 2009 affair, only 8 .5 per cent was spent since November 2011.

With a large inhospitable land, industry in Gujarat will be easily rolled into factory use.

Narendra Modi who is considered to be a worldwide genius, very well understood the trade acumen of Gujaratis, and is supported by billionaires such as Adani Group chief Gautam Adani and Mukesh Ambani under whom Reliance Group is being controlled.

There has been tremendous development in infrastructure growth under chief minister Narendra Modi, said Jahangir Aziz, senior Asia economist at JP Morgan.

Asserting that Narendra Modi has in fact encouraged investment and assisted reliable electricity by bringing them up, the opposition claimed that double-digit growth could not be achieved by the Modi government as expected.

Meanwhile  assuming Narendra Modi as the forthcoming Prime Minister, British high commissioner James Bevan said that Britain will not hesitate to work with all democratically elected leaders of India  but at the moment Modi  is the democratically elected CM of Gujarat.