Ahmedabad: Prime Minister Modi has been on a one-day visit to Gujarat. During his visit, he will inaugurate several projects.
PM Modi will take part in the ‘Gujarat Gaurav Abhiyan‘ and inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of development initiatives worth about Rs 3,050 crore at Khudvel, a tribal region in Navsari.
This includes the inauguration of seven projects; the foundation ceremonies of 12 projects; and the Bhumi Pujan of 14 projects. These projects will help in improving the water supply in the region, along with boosting connectivity and enhancing the ease of living.
The PM will also perform the Bhumi Pujan for 13 water supply projects worth Rs 961 crores for Tapi, Navsari, and Surat districts. He will also perform Bhumi Pujan of a Medical College in Navsari district, to be built at a cost of about Rs 542 crore, which will help provide affordable and quality medical care to the people of the region.
The Prime Minister will also inaugurate the Virpur Vyara substation, constructed at a cost of over Rs 85 crores to provide electricity to residents of the Tapi district. A sewage treatment plant with a capacity of 14 MLD, worth Rs 20 crores, will also be inaugurated in Vapi city of Valsad district to facilitate wastewater treatment.
Besides, the Prime Minister will inaugurate government quarters built in Navsari at a cost of over Rs 21 crore. He will also inaugurate roads constructed from Piplaidevi-Juner-Chichvihir-Pipaldahad and school buildings constructed in Dang at a cost of about Rs 12 crore each.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also lay the foundation stone of eight water supply projects worth Rs 549 crores.
The Prime Minister will inaugurate AM Naik Healthcare Complex and Nirali Multi Speciality Hospital in Navsari. He will also attend a public function organised at the healthcare complex, where he will virtually inaugurate the Kharel education complex.
The Prime Minister is set to inaugurate the headquarters of the Indian National Space Promotion and Authorisation Centre (IN-SPACe) at Bopal, Ahmedabad. The programme will also witness an exchange of MoUs between IN-SPACe and private sector companies working in the field of space-based applications and services.