Dileep Sanghani elected Chairman of GUJCOMASOL, Govind Parmar Vice ChairmanJuly 17, 2017
Gandhinagar: Former Gujarat minister and BJP leader from Amreli district Dileep Sanghani has been elected new Chairman of GUCOMASOL, one of the biggest cooperative organization in Gujarat which was until now in control of Congress leaning leaders.
Sanghani has been elected Chairman unopposed.
BJP MLA Govind Parmar has been elected Vice Chairman.
GUJCOMASOL has total 33 directors. 28 of them have some or other link with BJP. The elections for the post of director were held recently.
Sanghani is seasoned player in cooperative world. He is Chairman of National Federation of Sate Cooperative Banks Ltd. He has been Director of NAFED and National Cooperative Union of India(NCUI).
Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel expressed pleasure on election of Sanghani and Parmar as GUJCOMASOL Chairman and Vice Chairman.
Gujarat State Cooperative Marketing Federation Ltd. Popularly known as GUJCOMASOL undertakes many types of activities and most of them are related with agriculture.
GUJCOMASOL provides agriculture inputs like fertilisers, seeds, pesticides etc. to the farmers through cooperative channel through which farmers get agriculture inputs. Federation provides Fertilizer to the farmers at their door step even in remote area. GUJCOMASOL procures, processes and sells the agricultural produces which are produced by farmers.
GUJCOMASOL has several processing units such as Groundnut Processing Unit at Amreli which has storage capacity of 1.25 lakhs MTs, Rice Mill at Narol & Kalol, Pulse Mill at Narol and Cotton Ginning Pressing unit at Mehsana.
GUJCOMASOL at present functions through Custodian appointed by the government.
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