PM Modi Inaugurates Gandhi Ashram Project & 3 Road Projects Worth Rs 1575 Crore in Ahmedabad

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated three projects worth 1575 crores in Gujarat through a video conference from Haryana on Monday. Among these projects was the launch of the foundation for 114 road development projects worth more than 1 lakh crores across the country. Dignitaries and office bearers, including Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, attended the ceremony in Gandhinagar, which ran parallel to the event in Haryana. Prime Minister Modi covered a total distance of 53 km in Gujarat. These projects include the conversion of a 23 km two-lane road near Kheralu into a four-lane road.

Under the National Highway-58 project, the government will expand the existing two-lane road to four lanes, covering a stretch of 23 km from Vav Chowk, Satlasana to Vrindavan Chowk, Kheralu. An estimated Rs. 151 crore will be allocated for this development. Currently, this 23 km road is a two-lane route, while the roads in the opposite direction are four lanes, experiencing heavy vehicular traffic.

Additionally, in Amreli district, another project aims to widen the road to 10 meters at a cost of Rs. 129 crores, spanning from Gavdka Chowkdi to Bagsara on National Highway No-351.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate railway projects worth Rs. 85,000 crores at Sabarmati D-cabin at 9:15 am today. Following this, he will visit Sabarmati Ashram, where he will commence the reconstruction work amounting to Rs. 1200 crores. Modi is scheduled to spend two hours at the ashram, inspecting the progress of the reconstruction project.

In light of Modi’s visit, the road from Subhash Bridge Circle to Gandhi Ashram to Wadaj Circle will be closed for vehicular traffic from 6 am to 2 pm on Tuesday. As an alternative route, commuters can travel from Prabodharaval Circle to Ranip, passing through Nawa Wadaj Police Post via Wadaj Circle route.

Due to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s scheduled visit to Gujarat on Tuesday, tight security measures will be implemented at the Ahmedabad airport. To ensure that passengers do not miss their flights, a special advisory has been issued. Domestic passengers are advised to arrive at the airport three hours before departure, while international passengers are advised to arrive four hours before departure.

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