Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani inaugurated the Museum of Trees made from garbage in Vadodara. Spreading the message of Best from Waste the museum is one of its kind in the state. Deputy CM Nitin Patel was also present there at the inauguration and said the government is making efforts to increase the income of farmers in the state.

CM Vijay Rupani on Saturday morning starts many projects in the Vadodara city which includes inaguration of Urban forest, foundation laying of 35 crore Liquid Sludge work and MOU of treated sewage supply to IOCL from Chhani STP at the landfill site at Vadsar.

He said the first garden made from the garbage is a new initiative by the VMSS which must be followed by other cities of Gujarat. Further he said that government is taking the initiative to clean the polluted water but VMSS already implement it and use the water after purifying it. They also purify the sludge and use it to produce electricity. This is the step towards to save every drop of water and make Gujarat full of water.

On the occasion deputy CM Nitin Patel said lots of discussion is there at the Chintan Shibir in Vadodara to make Gujarat a clean, beautiful state along with health of the people. VMSS urban forest is the positive step towards the initiative taken by the government.

On the suicide of a farmer in Sabarkantha he said the government is seriously thinking about them and initiatives are taken to increase their earning. There are many reasons behind the suicide and the government give 24,000cr loan on minimum interest to them. Moreover the farm production reached 35 lakh crore and they are making efforts for the farmers.

Dignitaries like Assembly speaker Rajendra Trivedi, MP Ranjan Bhatt, Mayor Bharat Dangar, Municipal Commissioner Vinod Rao are present during the programme.