Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be in Gujarat for two days beginning September 29 to launch different development and infrastructural projects totaling Rs. 29,000 crores across the state. Surat, Bhavnagar, Ahmedabad, and Ambaji are among the cities where PM will launch and lay the foundation for various projects. According to a government statement, these projects are intended to facilitate world-class infrastructure, increased mobility, and an improved quality of life.
PM will travel to Bhavnagar to announce projects worth more than Rs 5,200 crore. He will also lay the foundation for the world’s first CNG terminal as well as a brownfield port in Bhavnagar. The port will be built at a cost of more than Rs. 4,000 crores and will include cutting-edge infrastructure for the world’s first CNG terminal as well as the world’s fourth largest lock gate system. The port will include an ultra-modern container terminal, a multi-purpose terminal, and a liquid terminal, all with direct door-to-door access to the existing roadway and railway networks.