PM Modi Offers Petitions At Goddess Amba Sanctuary In Gujarat’s Banaskatha

Ambaji: State leader Narendra Modi on Monday offered petitions at the popular sanctuary of Goddess Amba in Ambaji town of Gujarat’s Banaskantha locale.
Head of the state Modi, who is on a two-day visit to the state from Monday, arrived at Ahmedabad in the first part of the day by an airplane and afterward made a beeline for Chikhla, a town close to Ambaji, by helicopter.

Huge number of individuals arranged on the two roadsides when the PM’s guard arrived at the sanctuary town of Ambaji.

State head Modi performed pooja at the sanctuary subsequent to being invited by neighborhood pioneers and clerics.

Subsequent to offering petitions at Ambaji, Top state leader Modi left for Dabhoda town in Kheralu taluka of Mehsana for a public capability where he will send off different improvement projects worth ₹ 5,950 crore and address a get-together.

The tasks are relating to different government offices, including the Indian Rail lines, Gujarat Rail Foundation Improvement Company (GRIDE), state water asset and water supply divisions, streets and structures and the metropolitan advancement divisions, an administration discharge said.

The 16 advancement drives to be uncovered by Modi cover regions of Mehsana, Ahmedabad, Banaskantha, Sabarkantha, Mahisagar, Gandhinagar and Patan, it said.

On Tuesday, State leader Modi will take part in the Rashtriya Ekta Diwas program at Kevadiya in Narmada region on the birth commemoration of the nation’s most memorable home priest Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.

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