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PM Modi’s Momentous Visit to Gujarat’s GIFT CITY: Unveiling Projects Worth Rs 4,400 Crore and Reviewing Progress

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May 12, 2023

On Friday morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in the city of Ahmedabad, Gujarat, to kick off a historic tour packed into a single day. As part of the central government’s housing initiative, 19,000 people were scheduled to receive new homes during the visit. The total value of the projects to be launched during the trip was an amazing Rs 4,400 crore.

The 29th Biennial Conference of the All India Primary Teachers’ Federation was held in Gandhinagar, and Prime Minister Modi was in attendance. The Prime Minister used his speech to emphasize the value of his conversations with educators in shaping government policy at the national level. He emphasized the transforming power of education and the necessity of moving forward with forethought.


The Prime Minister recently attended a ceremony in Gandhinagar to lay the cornerstones for several construction projects with a total estimated cost of more than Rs 2,450 crore. Urban Planning, Water Distribution, Transportation, and Mineral Exploration are all included in these projects. This program highlights the government’s dedication to improving Gujarat’s infrastructure and helping to speed up the state’s economic expansion.

During his trip, PM Modi stopped by the Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT City) to check up on construction progress. India’s goal of becoming a vibrant financial hub and worldwide financial services center includes creating a location like GIFT City. The Prime Minister’s trip highlights the government’s determination to see this massive undertaking through to fruition.

The Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna (PMAY) project, which aims to improve housing conditions in both rural and urban areas, was also launched in conjunction with the visit. At the occasion, Prime Minister Modi gave the keys to 19,000 deserving individuals, taking them one step closer to realizing their dream of home ownership. The government’s dedication to delivering low-priced housing to its inhabitants is shown in the estimated cost of these projects, which is roughly Rs 1,950 crore.

The prime minister’s trip to GIFT City Gujarat is an opportunity to showcase the¬†government’s commitment to development by launching and reviewing key projects. The government seeks to increase the standard of living for its people and lay the groundwork for long-term economic growth through investments in infrastructure, education, and low-cost housing. The outcomes of this trip demonstrate how the government is taking an active role in meeting the needs of the people and advancing the country as a whole.

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