PM Modi to launch projects worth Rs 3,050 crore in poll-bound Gujarat today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Gujarat on Friday, where he will launch multiple projects worth Rs 3,050 crore. A statement issued by his office said the prime minister will visit Navsari and Ahmedabad.

“I will be visiting Gujarat tomorrow, June 10. I am looking forward to programs in Navsari and Ahmedabad,” Prime Minister Modi tweeted on Thursday. “When I arrive in Gujarat, I will bring Gujarat Gaurav Abhiyan. Various development works will be opened. Many of them are related to water supply.”

The Prime Minister is also scheduled to inaugurate today a hospital, healthcare complex and education complex in Navsari. “In Navsari, I will also open AM Naik Healthcare Complex, Nerali Multispecialty Hospital and Kharel Teaching Complex. All the projects in Navsari will bring multiple benefits to the people of Southern Gujarat.

Later in Ahmedabad, the headquarters of the Indian National Space Promotion and Licensing Center (IN-SPACe), “which will play an established role in the transformation of India’s space sector”, is due to open.

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Several projects that the Prime Minister will launch today focus on improving the water supply in the state. “The Chief Minister will implement Bhumi Pujan for 13 water supply projects to the residents of Tapi, Navsari and Surat districts, worth ₹ 961 crore,” the PMO statement read. “The Prime Minister will inaugurate the Astol Regional Water Supply Project based on Madhuban Dam, which was built at a cost of around Rs 586 crore. It is a marvel of water supply engineering skills. Also, the ‘Nal Se Jal’ projects worth Rs 163 crore will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister. These projects will provide safe and sufficient drinking water to the residents of Surat, Navsari, Valsad and Tapi regions.”

The Prime Minister’s visit comes a few months before the Gujarat Legislative Assembly elections, which will be held in December 2022 to elect 182 members of the State Legislative Assembly.

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