Prime Minister Narendra Modi lays the foundation stone of various developmental projects worth Rs 21,000 crores in Vadodara
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives at the venue in Vadodara where he laid the foundation stone of development projects worth Rs 21,000 crores. CM Bhupendra Patel was also present with him.
Vadodara: Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier today inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of development projects worth Rs 21,000 crores in the Vadodara City in Gujarat. During the event, Modi lauded the BJP Government’s work mentioning that the double engine govt has empowered women in the last eight years.
The project includes the construction of a 357 Km long New Palanpur - Madar Section of Dedicated Freight Corridor; Gauge Conversion of 166 Km long Ahmedabad-Botad Section; electrification of 81 Km long Palanpur - Mitha Section, among others. The Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone for the redevelopment of Surat, Udhna, Somnath & Sabarmati Stations, along with the foundation stone of other initiatives in the railway sector.
As per the sources, till now, Under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, a total of 1.38 lakh houses have been built by the Prime Minister, including houses worth around Rs 1,800 crore in urban areas and houses worth over Rs 1,530 crores in rural areas. In addition, Khat Muhurat of around 3,000 houses worth over Rs 310 crores will also be done.
The PM took to his Twitter and mentioned that Vadodara is a suitable city for the celebration of female powerhouse because it is a city giving rituals like a mother, Vadodara is a city of rituals. This city takes care of those who come here in every way, supports them in happiness and sorrow, and gives them opportunities to move forward.