Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday gifted projects worth hundreds of crores to his home state Gujarat. PM Modi inaugurated many important projects of railways through video conferencing sitting in New Delhi. Along with this, he also inaugurated the Aquatics and Robotics Gallery and Nature Park in Gujarat Science City. It was earlier told that Modi would visit Gujarat on July 16, but later his schedule was changed.
Modern railway station built on the lines of airport
PM Modi inaugurated Gandhinagar Capital Railway Station with country’s first five star hotel. This railway station has been modernized at a cost of Rs 71 crore. Here world class facilities have been provided according to modern airports. Also, special ticket windows, ramps, lifts and secure parking have been arranged for the convenience of the differently-abled. State-of-the-art theme based lighting has been provided at the station, in which 32 themes have been prescribed. At the same time, there will also be a five star hotel in the station premises.
2 new trains including Varanasi Superfast flagged off
Prime Minister Modi also flagged off two new trains. These include Gandhinagar Capital-Varanasi Superfast Express, apart from MEMU between Gandhinagar and Waretha. Along with this, PM Modi also inaugurated the Mahesana-Varetha line, converted into a big line, capable of operating electric locomotives, as well as the Surendranagar-Pipavav line converted into an electric line.
The gift of Nature Park and Science City
Apart from these, PM Modi also inaugurated Nature Park, Gujarat Science City, Aquatic Gallery and Robotics Gallery. He gave information about them by sharing their pictures on social media. It is said to be the largest Aquatic Gallery in the country. PM Modi said that it is one of the top Aquatic Gallery in Asia.
Apart from Amit Shah, these leaders were also present
Union Home Minister Amit Shah was also involved in this program through video conferencing. Apart from him, Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel, Union Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav, Union Minister of State for Railways Darshan Jardosh and many other ministers were also involved.