German Auto major Volkswagen rolled out its first made-in-India car 'Polo' at its plant at Chakan in the presence of Maharashtra chief .

Chavan who welcomed the company's decision to set up a Rs 3,800 crore plant at Pune with an annual capacity of manufacturing 1,10,000 cars, said the state government would extend support to achieve full capacity utilization at the earliest.

The chief Minister said the government was looking for more employment generation opportunities and appealed to foreign investors to consider opening their plants in backward regions of the state such as Vidarbha, Konkan and Marathwada.

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