Union Home Minister Amit Shah stated that Prime Minister Modi’s development initiatives have made a positive impact in every corner of the country. Addressing the CREDAI (Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India) gathering in Ahmedabad, he highlighted the progress made in a village near the China border, emphasizing the availability of essential amenities such as gas, electricity, and toilets.
Shah commended Prime Minister Modi for effectively promoting Indian culture and traditions worldwide, with International Yoga Day serving as a prime example. He applauded Modi’s pioneering role as the first head of state to lead the Yoga Day celebrations at the United Nations
During his visit to Kibithu, India’s first village near the China border, Shah recounted an encounter with an elderly woman who expressed her gratitude. The woman shared her appreciation for the gas cylinder provided by PM Modi, which enabled her to serve tea to the Home Minister. She expressed gratitude for the access to electricity, toilets, and the provision of 5 kg of grain per month, along with comprehensive healthcare facilities accessible through a single card.
Shah elaborated on the significance of Yoga Day, stating, “Through Yoga Day, PM Modi has effectively disseminated Indian culture and traditions to the entire world. The event is celebrated in 170 countries on June 21. Our ancient research has shown that regular practice of yoga eliminates the need for medication. Narendrabhai has transformed this ancient knowledge into a public movement, inspiring people to embrace a yogic lifestyle. This practice has transformed the lives of many individuals.”
Shah asserted that under Prime Minister Modi’s leadership, India has experienced exceptional development over the past nine years. The government’s transformative initiatives have brought about significant improvements across various sectors throughout the country.
Tejas Joshi, President of CREDAI Ahmedabad-GIHED, also shared updates during the gathering, highlighting the collaboration between CREDAI and the Amdavad Municipal Corporation. They have jointly developed the Municipal Garden – People’s Park, located adjacent to CREDAI Ahmedabad House in the rapidly developing Shilaj locality.
Joshi detailed the features of the newly developed park, which includes wheelchair-friendly access, a music system integrated with the walking track, a jogging track with red sand similar to that of Karnavati Club, and future plans for a café. The park has been developed at an estimated cost of Rs. 2.5 to 3 crore and CREDAI will be responsible for its maintenance, with an annual expenditure of approximately Rs. 7.5 lakh.
The People’s Park offers a delightful ambience with various flower plants, dense trees, Miyawaki Method-grown trees, a spacious walking track, fountains, lawns, lighting facilities, an art plaza, a high-quality music system, CCTV surveillance, a security personnel cabin, an attractive entrance gate, percolating well, benches for senior citizens, and numerous other amenities to enhance the overall experience.