HM Amit Shah says govt is planning to provide electricity and gas connections to every household; launches ‘Smoke Free village’ campaign

Union Home Minister Amit Shah has said that the government is planning to provide electricity and gas connections to every household. He was speaking after launching various development works in his Gandhinagar lok sabha constituency yesterday.

He said that the government under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi has also planned to provide a home to every poor in the country by 2024. He said that Gujarat has been developing for the last 20 years and will continue to develop more during the next 30 years.

Mr. Shah has launched “Smoke Free village” campaign from Modasar village of Sanand Taluka in Ahmedabad district by distributing cooking gas kits to the villagers. He also launched the Thalassemia Free Gujarat campaign on this occasion.

He also laid the foundation stone of a beautification and renovation project of 500 years old ancient Banganga Lake in Modasar village. He appealed to the people to build or renovate 75 lakes or ponds in each district under the celebrations of Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav.

Mr. Shah laid the foundation stone of various development works worth 210 crore rupees in Gandhinagar district yesterday. He performed e-foundation stone laying of renovation works of lakes in Rupal and Vasan villages, two railway over bridges in Kalol taluka and four-lane road connecting Vishwa Umiya Dham.

Speaking on this occasion, Mr Shah said that the central government has included the Vardayini Mata temple of Rupal village in PRASAD scheme. He said that Vardayini Mata temple will make a special position in the tourist map of India.

Rajat Tula of Mr. Shah was performed at the Vardayini Mata temple in Rupal village with 120 kilograms of silver on this occasion.

Mr. Shah said that the silver donated by the various donors will be used in the renovation of various temples in Rupal village.

Mr. Shah performed e-foundation stone laying of two Railway over bridges at Pansar- Dingucha- Vadu- Langhnaj road and Gandhinagar – Vavol – Chhatral road. Each of these two bridges will be built at a cost of 50 crore rupees.

The work of these overbridges will be completed within 18 months. The four-track road of Vishwa Umiyadham will be completed at a cost of 17 lakh rupees. The beautification of the lake in Rupal village will be done at a cost of 6 crore rupees.

Mr. Shah also dedicated 280 accommodations for government employees at Chandrashekhar Azad Nagar built at a cost of 86 crore rupees, 6 lane flyover at Tarapur built at cost of 7 crore rupees and Sakhi one-stop center at Gandhinagar civil hospital built at a cost of 50 lakh rupees.

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