PM Modi to visit Gujarat on October 7-8, will also go to native Vadnagar

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit his home state, Gujarat, on October 7 and 8. The PM will visit Jamnagar, Rajkot, Surendranagar, Mehsana and Bharuch districts during his two-day visit to his home state. After many years, Modi will also visit his native Vadnagar.

The last time he arrived here was in 2013 and attended Tana Riri classical music festival. Modi will also inaugurate a medical college, townhall and other projects here.

On October 07, the PM will reach Jamnagar airport around 10 am and will proceed to Dwarka. He will also offer pooja at the famous Dwarkadhish Temple here and perform groundbreaking ceremony of a cable-stay bridge construction at the Okha and Bet Dwarka linking road.

He will reach Chotila in the afternoon and perform groundbreaking ceremony for the international airport project and address a public rally here. In the evening, the PM will open the IIT-Gandhinagar and will halt at Raj Bhavan in Gandhinagar for the night.

The next day, Modi will also go to his native Vadnagar for the inauguration of public projects, followed by a trip to Bharuch district for the inauguration of projects like Bhadbhoot vier on Narmada river.

Modi will leave for Delhi in the evening from Vadodara airport. He is expected to come to Gujarat on October 16 also wherein he will remain present in the concluding ceremony of Gujarat Vikas Yatra to be taken out by BJP.

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  • The PM will visit Jamnagar, Rajkot, Surendranagar, Mehsana and Bharuch districts during his two-day visit to his home state.
  • In 2013, PM attended Tana Riri classical music festival.

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