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PM Narendra Modi to launch several projects in poll-bound Gujarat

By FnF Desk | PUBLISHED: 22, Oct 2017, 11:19 am IST | UPDATED: 22, Oct 2017, 11:19 am IST

PM Narendra Modi to launch several projects in poll-bound Gujarat AHMEDABAD: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit poll-bound Gujarat today for the third time this month, where he will inaugurate and lay foundation stones for a number of projects in Bhavnagar and Vadodara districts. 

Here are the list of events that PM will attend in his home state: 

1) PM Modi will inaugurate the first phase of the Rs 615-crore 'roll-on, roll-off (ro-ro)' ferry service between Ghogha in Bhavnagar district and Dahej in Bharuch in the .. 

The ferry service, which will reduce the distance between the two towns from 310 kilometres by road to 30 kilometres, his "dream project". 

2) PM will address a gathering in Ghogha and undertake a journey to Dahej from Ghogha on the ferry. From Dahej, he will leave for Vadodara, where he is scheduled to inaugurate and lay the foundation stones for projects worth over Rs 1,140 crore. 


In the second phase, which would be ready in two months, cars can also be carried between the two towns. 

"It is a complex project which involves the complicated marine structure of the Gulf of Cambay, on which it is built. The service reduces the distance between the two towns from 310 kilometres by road to 30 kilometres which can be covered in one hour," Bhadoo said. 
Modi had laid the foundation stone for the project in January 2012, when he was the chief minister of Gujarat. 

3) After inaugurating the 'ro-ro' service, PM Modi will be in Vadodara where he will inaugurate eight different projects worth Rs 1,140 crore. 


Vadodara Municipal Commissioner Vinod Rao said Modi will dedicate to people a Rs 100-crore city command and control centre in Badamadi Garden, Rs 125-crore Janmahal city transport hub and multi-level parking (under PPP), a Rs 160 crore multi-modal city transport hub, Rs 267 crore waste-to- energy processing plant. 

The other projects are a Rs 166-crore water treatment plant, two flyovers collectively worth Rs 265 crore, a Rs 55- crore deer safari park, and a Rs 6-crore veterinary hos .. 
 


 
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