PM Modi dedicated projects worth ₹5950 Crore in Gujrat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated and launched developmental projects valued at ₹5,950 crore over a two-day visit in Gujarat's Mehsana district. These initiatives span various government departments, including the Indian Railways, Water Resources, among others, and aim to benefit districts such as Sabarkantha, Gandhinagar, Banaskantha, among others. During the visit, PM Modi paid homage to India's first deputy PM, Sardar Patel, at the Statue of Unity in Ektanagar. Other launches include a railway project to benefit the Mandal-Bechraji Special Investment Zone and various water-related projects. As part of the Green Initiative, the projects include e-buses, public bike-sharing, city gas distribution, a 4 MW solar panel system, and a daily live-streaming of the Narmada Aarti ritual on YouTube.


  1. PM Modi launched projects worth ₹5,950 crore in Gujarat covering various sectors such as railways, water resources, roads, etc.
  2. He paid homage to Sardar Patel at the Statue of Unity during his visit.
  3. Several water-related projects and railway projects were launched, which will benefit various districts of Gujarat.
  4. The projects were part of the broader Green Initiative, which included e-buses, public bike-sharing schemes, a 4 MW solar panel system, etc.