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PM Modi inaugurates and lays foundation of Brownfield port and world’s first CNG Terminal

In Bhavnagar, the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, dedicated and laid the cornerstone for projects worth more than *5200 crores. At Bhavnagar, the Prime Minister laid the foundation for both the brownfield port and the world’s first CNG terminal. The Regional Science Centre, which covers 20 acres and was constructed for about 100 crores, was also opened by the prime minister. The Prime Minister also laid the cornerstone for projects including package 9 of Sauni Yojna link 2, Chorvadla Zone water supply project, APPL Container (Aawadkrupa Plastomech Pvt. Ltd.) project, package 7 of Sauni Yojna link 2, 25 MW Palitana Solar PV Project, and other projects during the programme.

The Prime Minister addressed the crowd and expressed gratitude for everyone’s attendance despite the heated weather. On the one hand, he remarked, the nation is commemorating 75 years of independence. It has been 300 years since Bhavnagar was founded. Bhavnagar has grown steadily over the course of its 300-year journey and established itself as the cultural centre of Saurashtra. The planned and launched initiatives will provide Bhavnagar’s development process a fresh impetus. He asserted that he firmly believes the Surat-Vadodara-Ahmedabad-like atmosphere will soon envelop the Rajkot-Jamnagar-Bhavnagar region. Bhavnagar, according to him, has enormous potential for business, agriculture, and industry.

The current situation serves as a tangible illustration of the double-engine government’s efforts in this area.
Gujarat has the longest coastline in the nation, and the prime minister noted that Bhavnagar is a district located on the shore. But this enormous coastline has become a kind of major challenge for the people as a result of the post-independence decades’ neglect of coastal development. The Prime Minister emphasised the efforts made by the double-engine government, saying that over the past 20 years, the government has worked sincerely to make Gujarat’s coastline the entryway to India’s prosperity. The Prime Minister said, “We have renovated and improved many ports in Gujarat.” “New opportunities for employment were created.” The Prime Minister pointed out that Gujarat was the first state in the country to get an LNG terminal and today, Gujarat has three LNG terminals.

The Sauni Yojna was put into effect starting in Rajkot, and the Prime Minister expressed pleasure with the reforms that resulted. The Prime Minister emphasised the project’s unwavering development despite early scepticism in some quarters, saying that “today, the Sauni Yojna is taking Narmada to all the places it is scheduled to go at a meteoric pace.” The Narmada River’s waters would be brought to several Bhavnagar and Amrell districts thanks to the projects that were officially opened today, the prime minister emphasised. Shri Modi emphasised that it will have a significant positive impact on the farmers in various villages in the Bhavnagar talukas of Garladhar, Jesar, and Mahuva as well as the Amreli district talukas of Rajula and Khambha.
“Work has also started today to reach hundreds of villages and dozens of cities in Bhavnagar, Gir Somnath, Amreli, Botad, Junagadh, Rajkot and Porbandar districts”, the Prime Minister added.

The Sauni Yojna, which kicked off in Rajkot, was put into effect, and the Prime Minister expressed pleasure with the reforms that resulted. The Prime Minister emphasised the project’s constant advancement despite early scepticism in some quarters, saying that “today, the Sauni Yojna is taking Narmada to all the places it is scheduled to go at a meteoric pace.” The Narmada River will now flow into several Bhavnagar and Amrell districts thanks to projects that the prime minister emphasised were inaugurated today. Shri Modi emphasised that it will have a significant positive impact on the farmers in a number of villages in the talukas of Garladhar, Jesar, and Mahuva in the city of Bhavnagar, as well as Rajula and Khambha in the district of Amreli.
“Work has also started today to reach hundreds of villages and dozens of cities in Bhavnagar, Gir Somnath, Amreli, Botad, Junagadh, Rajkot and Porbandar districts”, the Prime Minister added.

In concluding the address, the Prime Minister said that supporting those who have been left behind is a commitment of the double-engine government. When the poorest of the poor get resources and dignity, they overpower poverty by the dint of hard work and perseverance. The Prime Minister remarked. “In Gujarat, we often organize Garib Kalyan Melas. During one such program, I handed over a tricycle to a sister here in Bhavnagar. Then that sister told me that I have never driven a tricycle. So give electric tricycle only. This faith and these dreams of the poor are my strength even today. These dreams, these aspirations of the poor give me the energy to work continuously.”

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