Big Moment for Tribals, Development Continues to Thrive Under PM Modi

| Updated: June 10, 2022 3:43 pm

PM Modi inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of multiple development initiatives during “Gujarat Gaurav Abhiyan” which took place at Navsari on 10 June. The programme included inauguration of 7 projects, foundation stone laying for 12 projects and Bhumi Pujan for 14 projects. These projects are aimed to ameliorate ease of living, improve water supply and boost connectivity. Many important people like the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Union and State Ministers and people’s representatives, were also present at the place. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also inaugurated A.M. Naik Healthcare Complex and Nirali Multi Speciality Hospital in Navsari.

He was ecstatic at the beginning of new projects and showed his approval over the tribal potential and development.He reminisced how there was once a time when not even a science school was available in the region, but now there are colleges and universities being formed in the same place. The growth of infrastructure, business and educati9on was changing lives, and it was an act to be lauded according to the Prime Minister.

A list of developmental activities that are about to embark a new beginning in Navsari, Valsad and Tapi districts :

  • Foundation stone of a wide road connecting Khergam and Pipalkhed, to be built at the cost of Rs 33 crore in Navsari district
  • Prime Minister Modi inaugurated Virpur Vyara substation, which was constructed at a cost of over Rs 85 crore, to provide electricity to residents of Tapi district
  • Another four-lane road will be constructed between Navsari and Bardoli via Supa, at a cost of about Rs 27 crore.
  • The Prime Minister laid the foundation stone for construction of Zila Panchayat Bhavan 
  • Prime Minister Modi inaugurated Madhuban dam based Astol regional water supply project
  • The Prime Minister performed the Bhumi Pujan for 13 water supply projects for residents of Tapi, Navsari and Surat districts, worth ₹961 crores.
  • The Prime Minister inaugurated government quarters built in Navsari at a cost of over Rs 21 crores

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