PM Modi inaugurates regional science centre in Bhavnagar, holds roadshow

29 September, 2022 | Pranay Lad

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During his two-day trip to Gujarat, which began on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended a roadshow in Bhavnagar. As Prime Minister Modi attended a roadshow in Bhavnagar, people showered ...

During his two-day trip to Gujarat, which began on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended a roadshow in Bhavnagar.

As Prime Minister Modi attended a roadshow in Bhavnagar, people showered his vehicle in flower petals. In the Gujarati city of Bhavnagar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also laid the cornerstone for and opened other development projects totaling more than Rs 5,200 crore.

The city’s brownfield port and the first CNG terminal in the world both had their foundations officially laid by the prime minister. The port would be built at a cost of more than Rs 4,000 crore and will include cutting-edge CNG terminal equipment. Modern container terminals, multifunctional terminals, and liquid terminals with direct door-to-door access to the existing road and rail network will all be present at the port.

Additionally, PM Modi opened a 20-acre regional scientific centre in Bhavnagar that cost around Rs 100 crore to construct. The centre features a number of galleries with specific themes, such as the Nobel Prize gallery, automotive gallery, and marine aquatic exhibition. Children will have access to the center’s creative space.

The prime minister also laid the foundation stone for projects like package 9 of Sauni Yojna Link 2 and the Chorvadla Zone water supply project during the programme. Other projects he inaugurated during the programme included the 25 MW Palitana Solar PV Project, APPL Container, package 7 of Sauni Yojna Link 2, and package APPL Container (Aawadkrupa Plastomech Pvt. Ltd.).

The Prime Minister dedicated many projects worth more than Rs 3,400 crore earlier today in Surat and laid the cornerstone for several more.

The prime minister held a roadshow before this. The Prime Minister’s cavalcade was greeted by a sizable audience as it advanced.

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