Message from India’s GJEPC


Message from India’s GJEPC

July 14, 2011 – On behalf of GJEPC and the entire gem & jewellery community of India, I convey our most heartfelt condolences to the citizens of Mumbai, following he dastardly terrorist attacks which struck Mumbai yesterday evening.
GJEPC’s deepest sympathy goes out to the families and friends of all those who have lost their lives or are injured in this “senseless devastation and cowardly act”. The Indian gem & jewellery industry’s and particularly that of the diamond industry’s voice loudly joins the chorus of all those who rightfully and vociferously condemn these repeated acts of terrorism on the financial capital of the country.
We are distressed and pained to know of the loss of our industry colleagues who had suffered when they were busy in contributing to the business and progress of exports of the country through toil and hard work.

However the industry is not deterred and cannot be brow-bitten with such acts of cowardice and will continue to work with the entire business community and the consumers alike – to ensure that such acts were not allowed to disrupt stability in the diamond and jewellery markets in India and the world alike, which is so important to sustain the economic growth and the advancement of Indian and global prosperity.
We reaffirm that GJEPC stands ready to assume its responsibility to work with all the stakeholders of the industry, the people of Mumbai and the government for ensuring the stability, the wellbeing and security of the diamond and jewellery business districts of Mumbai at Zaveri Bazaar and Opera House.
We appeal to the government to take all possible steps to stop recurring of such continued attacks on peace loving citizens of Mumbai who have gone through terrible suffering time and again due to such senseless acts of terrorism.
Rajiv Jain


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here