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PM Modi Unveils ₹13,500 Crore Projects in Gujarat’s Tarabh

Gujarat: In a significant development, PM Modi inaugurated and laid the foundation stone for various development ventures worth over Rs 13,500 crore in Tarabh, Mahesana, Gujarat. These projects span sectors like internet connectivity, transportation, education, health, and tourism, promising to bolster infrastructure and create job opportunities.

Addressing the gathering, PM Modi reflected on recent milestones like the Pran Pratishtha ceremony of Ram Lalla in Ayodhya and the inauguration of the first Hindu temple in the Gulf countries. He emphasized the significance of the Valinath Shiv Dham as a pilgrimage site and a symbol of spiritual heritage.

“Highlighting the government’s commitment to both divine and national tasks, PM Modi stressed the importance of these projects in enhancing ease of living and driving economic growth. He applauded the efforts of craftsmen and laborers involved in the construction of Valinath Mahadev, Hinglaj Mata, and Lord Dattatreya temples”.

PM Modi underscored the role of temples as centers of knowledge dissemination and praised local religious Akhadas for promoting education and awareness. He reiterated the government’s dedication to inclusive development, citing initiatives like housing for the poor and piped water supply for millions of families.

“Reflecting on heritage conservation, PM Modi lamented past neglect of historic sites and emphasized the need to balance development with preservation. He assured continued efforts towards infrastructure development and sustainable growth”.

PM Modi extended his best wishes for the success of the new projects, reaffirming the government’s commitment to national progress and cultural preservation. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel and other dignitaries graced the occasion, highlighting the collaborative effort towards Gujarat’s development.

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