New projects to be launched in Gujarat by PM Modi

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On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has unveiled new projects worth Rs 1,100 crore in Gujarat through video conferencing.

The PM has kept his focus on restoring the Gandhinagar Capital railroad terminal, a new hotel, the aquatic and robotics galleries nature park at Ahmedabad’s Science City. The Prime Minister offered some images and facts about the projects he will announce in a series of tweets.

PM Modi said the Gandhinagar Capital station’s new projects involve “reflects a change in infrastructure” and is “evidence of optimum use of current technology,” recalling his link with the train station in his hometown of Vadnagar.

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The prime minister also signaled the beginning of two new trains. One would connect Gandhinagar Capital to the Prime Minister’s Lok Sabha seat of Varanasi in the province. The second will connect Gandhinagar Capital to Varetha via a Mainline Electric Multiple Unit (MEMU) service. The Gandhinagar Capital-Varanasi weekly superfast express connectivity through the land of Lord Somnath (Gujarat) with the land of Lord Vishwanath (Varanasi) (Uttar Pradesh).

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He further disclosed that when he posted photographs of Science City on his Twitter account on Thursday, people were surprised to find out that the pictures were of new projects from Gujarat instead of an overseas country.

Gujarat Science City, consistent with PM Modi, is an initiative that blends entertainment and creativity for youngsters. “My tiny pals will love the Aquatics Gallery, which is one of all Asia’s best aquariums. The Robotics Gallery would encourage kids to figure within the field of robotics and foster curiosity among children,” the prime minister stated, adding that “new reforms in railways were essential within the twenty-first century.”

Union home minister Amit Shah is also Gujarati and represents Gandhinagar within the Lok Sabha. Additionally, newly-appointed railways minister Ashwini Vaishnav and Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani spoke about new projects to the cabinets.