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Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata and his successor Cyrus Mistry on Thursday called on Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi and evinced interest in expanding business ties with the state for mutual growth.

Terming the meeting as “courtesy visit”, the official statement issued by the state government, stated, “Rantan Tata introduced Mistry to the chief minister. The chief minister extended good wishes to Mistry, who is taking charge of Tata Group in December 2012.” Both the top office bearers of the Tata group expressed interest in knowing about Gujarat’s initiatives in energy sector, especially in geothermal energy. They also welcomed the Chief Minister’s call to partner the state in human resource development, apart from the industrial development.

According to the official release, Ratan Tata praised Modi’s leadership for bringing industrial growth, good governance, transparent administration, qualitative change in socio-economic scenario in Gujarat.
“Tata said that he takes Gujarat as his home and that the state is very special to his heart,” the release added. It may be mentioned here that Tata and Mistry had recently met union minister for industries and commerce, Anand Sharma, in New Delhi.

Source By Business Standard (Date:30/12/2011 Time:11:46 AM)

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