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PM to be in Gujarat from tomorrow for 2-day visit
October 06, 2017

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be in his home state Gujarat from tomorrow on a two-day visit during which he will lay foundation stones and inaugurate a number of projects.

He will also visit Vadnagar, his birth place, for the first time since becoming the prime minister in 2014.

The trip will begin with a visit to Dwarkadheesh Temple tomorrow morning.

At Dwarka, he will lay the foundation stones of a bridge between Okha and Beyt Dwarka and other road development projects, a PMO statement said.

He will also address a public meeting there.

From Dwarka, the PM will go to Chotila in Surendranagar district where he will lay the foundation stones for a greenfield airport at Rajkot, six-laning of Ahmedabad-Rajkot National Highway and four-laning of Rajkot-Morbi State Highway.
Modi will then proceed to Gandhinagar where he will dedicate the newly-constructed building of IIT Gandhinagar, and launch the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyan.

On Sunday morning, he will visit Vadnagar.

The PM will also distribute e-tablets to health workers to mark the launch of ImTeCHO.

The same afternoon, the prime minister will reach Bharuch and lay the foundation stone for Bhadbhut Barrage, to be built over the Narmada River, the statement said.

He will flag off the Antyodaya Express between Udhna (Surat, Gujarat), and Jaynagar (Bihar).

He will unveil plaques to mark the laying of foundation stone, and inauguration of various plants of Gujarat Narmada Fertilizer Corporation.

He will also address a public meeting there before returning to Delhi. 
     

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