PM to inaugurate projects in Ghogha, Dahej and Vadodara

Pauline Gross
October 23, 2017

He will address a gathering in Ghogha and undertake a journey to Dahej from Ghogha on the ferry.

Stating that the industries should not be located far from the coastal areas, Modi said, "Ro-ro ferry service will give a big boost to coastal shipping and tourism".

"This may be a project between Ghogha and Dahej, but it is a landmark project in South East Asia".

The Congress had criticised the Election Commission's decision to not announce the dates for the Gujarat poll along with its announcement of the Himachal Pradesh election schedule.

The prime minister hit out at previous governments. saying they had made such structural changes that made it impossible for projects like Ro-Ro service to fructify.

Developed by Gujarat Maritime Board, the ferry service project, will cut down the distance between the two highly-industrialised regions from 360 kilometers through road to merely 31 kilometers via sea route.

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Highlighting the importance of the ferry service, Prime Minister Modi asserted that the project was a first of sorts and was like a dream-come-true for the people of the state.

"When I was serving as CM, I faced hostility from the then Central government". Two city transport hubs, a multi-level parking and a waste converting energy plant will be brought into reality by PM Modi today in Vadodara.

At a public meeting there, he will dedicate to the nation, the Vadodara City Command Control Centre; the Waghodiya Regional Water Supply Scheme; and the New Head Office Building of the Bank of Baroda, at Vadodara.

Modi had last visited Vadodara, a constituency from where he contested the 2014 Lok Sabha election and won by a record margin, on October 22 a year ago to inaugurate a new airport terminal building and distribute assistance devices to the divyangjan (specially-abled) people.

The prime minister had visited Gujarat on Monday this week when he addressed the BJP workers at a rally in Gandhinagar.

Earlier this month, the prime minister inaugurated several projects in Gandhinagar, Rajkot, his hometown Vadnagar and Bharuch. He has been frequently visiting the state, which goes to polls in December this year.

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