PM Modi inaugurates new projects Gujarat, know more!
By Kunika Chaudhary
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated some new projects in his new normal medium i.e video conferencing and addressed the citizens of the state.
On 24 October 2020, Saturday Prime minister Modi addressed the citizens of Gujarat while inaugurating some new projects. The three projects were about tourism, healthcare, and Agriculture These sectors contributed a lot to the state of Gujarat and the nation. In the agriculture sector, he launched the state government's Kisan Suryoday Yojana (KSY) which aims to provide day-time electricity to the farmers in the state for farming and irrigation purposes. In the health care sector, the Prime minister inaugurated a Paediatric Heart Hospital situated at the U N Mehta Institute of Cardiology and Research Centre in Ahmedabad, which is developed with the cost of Rs 470 crore by the state's health and family welfare department.
To increase the Tourism, he launched the ropeway project on Mount Girnar which was recently completed, it is a major tourist and pilgrim site near Junagadh city of Gujarat. The ropeway is about 2.3-km long and is touted as the longest temple ropeway in the Asian continent. According to the prime minister, the opposition is responsible for the delay that happened during completing this project. He added that his government is working to make the agriculture sector strong so that farmers don't have to face issues in the future. During his speech, he also mentioned The Statue of Unity which is the longest statue and he highlighted its importance and impact it had on the Tourism sector of the state.