Prime Minister Narendra Modi might visit Gujarat on July 28 and 29. Earlier, the PM had a trip scheduled to Gujarat for July 15. But, due to heavy showers in several districts of Gujarat, he had to postpone his visit.
In the past few days, many cities experienced a flood-like situation. Due to this, the commutation authorities cancelled several trains and diverted many flights. PM Narendra Modi also expressed his concern about the heavy rains and talked to Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel.
As the weather situation appears to be a little controlled in Ahmedabad, the Prime Minister seems to have rescheduled his Friday visit to July 28-29. During his visit, he will stop by Gandhinagar and Sabarkantha. He is likely to inaugurate the international bullion exchange centre.
PM Modi will also grace the inauguration ceremony of the International Financial Services Center (IFSC) headquarters at Gujarat Internation Financial Tech-City, Gandhinagar. He will also open significant public work projects in Sabarkantha.
With only a few months left for Gujarat Assembly Elections, different leaders are visiting the state more often. Two weeks ago, the AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal also visited Gujarat to hold meetings and address gatherings. Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah was also on a three-day visit to Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar.