Premier Vice-President Narendra Modi will visit Bhavnagar to unveil projects of over 6,000 crores and include the stone-laying of the world’s very first CNG terminal as well as an open-air port for brownfields.
Ahmedabad The Premier Minister Narendra Modi will make an official visit of two days to Gujarat beginning on Thursday. There Modi will officially inaugurate or lay the foundation stones for a variety of projects and also inaugurate the 36th National Games which are taking place for the first occasion in Gujarat.
Gujarat which is the home state Modi is scheduled to hold Assembly elections at the end of the year and the incumbent Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is putting all its efforts to remain in power in the state that it has been ruling for more than three decades.
The Prime Minister will start his journey in Surat by addressing a large gathering in the Limbayat region in the city, following the launch of several projects totaling Rs. 3,400 crores, including the opening of the principal entrance gates as well as phase 1 of Diamond Research and Mercantile (DREAM) City.
He will then travel to Bhavnagar to kick off projects that will cost around Rs 6,000 crore which includes the stone-laying of the world’s first CNG terminal as well as an open-air port for brownfields in Bhavnagar according to an announcement by the state government said.
In the days ahead of his address to a crowd in the Jawahar Chowk area of Bhavnagar city The PM is scheduled to take part in a two-kilometer-long roadshow through Bhavnagar city, the announcement said.
In the evening Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to the opening ceremony of the 36th National Games at a gala celebration at the Narendra Modi stadium in the Motera region within Ahmedabad city.
The actor is also scheduled to take part in his participation in the Gujarat government’s Navratri celebration at the GMDC ground in Ahmedabad.