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PM Modi in Gujarat to inaugurate number of development projects

PM Modi in Gujarat to inaugurate number of development projects

PM Narendra Modi arrived Gujarat on Saturday for a two-day visit. After reaching he offered prayers at the famous Dwarkadheesh temple and talked about the development projects in Dwarka that help in enhancing tourism there. Recently PM Modi has visited Gujarat on his Birthday to inaugurate Sardar Sarovar Narmada Project on Narmada River. As per the reports, Modi has also laid the foundation stone of four-lane cable that stayed signature bridge between Okha and Beyt in Dwarka.

The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi is likely to be inaugurated a number of projects during his visit to Gujarat also expected to launch a number of schemes and projects across the State. Following the prayers at Dwarkadheesh temple, Modi will address a public meeting and would operate the new bridge that connects both the pilgrim centres by road. Then he attends the foundation stone-laying ceremony of a Rs 2,500-crore on the Rajkot International Airport on the outskirts of the biggest city in Saurashtra.

As per the reports earlier the vice president of Congress Rahul Gandhi visited Gujarat for the election campaign. And now the NDA leader PM Modi visited for the development and election campaigning purpose. According to the sources on Sunday, Modi will inaugurate the new building of the IIT the Indian Institute of Technology near Gandhinagar and also visit the Vadnagar in North Gujarat to inaugurate a Rs 500-crore civil hospital and a medical college.

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