PM Modi To Lay Foundation Stones For Various Projects Worth Rs 8,000 Crore In Gujarat’s Bharuch, Jamnagar
PM Narendra Modi is scheduled to inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of various development projects in Gujarat’s Bharuch and Jamnagar on October 10. He will inaugurate phase I of Modi Shaikshanik Sankul in Ahmedabad, which is an educational complex. PM Modi will lay the foundation stone of Bulk Drug Park at Jambusar. He will lay the foundation stone of projects worth over Rs 8,000 crore in Bharuch.
In a major drug bust in Gujarat and Mumbai, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) seized MD drugs estimated to be worth Rs 120 crore, informed officials, on October 7. With this, six persons were also arrested, including two suspected drug kingpins. A total of 50kgs of drugs were recovered, which were concealed in a godown in Mumbai. In Gujarat, a total of 10.350 Kg was recovered.
In Gujarat’s Vadodara, a communal clash broke out at a vegetable market in Savio town on October 3, confirmed police. Following which, around 40 persons have been arrested. According to the police, a religious flag was tied to an electric pole, which offended the sentiments of another religious group. When the persons who were offended went to initiate conversation, stone-pelting occurred. An FIR has been filed and investigation is underway… read-more
The Vadodara police and Gujarat Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) sealed a Madrasa for alleged links to PFI. According to the Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), an All India Imams Council (AIIC) meeting took place in the Madrasa, while a search was carried out. ACP further stated that the trustees “are being questioned”. This has come after the centre banned PFI under the UAPA Act, terming it as an unlawful association.
A container truck in Gujarat’s Valsad caught fire on NH 48, in the early hours of October 1. The incident reportedly took place near Motiwada village, when the truck was en route to Ahmedabad from Mumbai. Following the incident, five fire tenders rushed to the spot to douse the fire. Reportedly, the truck was carrying bottles of shampoo and perfume, and it took almost two hours to douse the fire.
In Gujarat’s Ahmedabad, PM Modi’s convoy stopped and made way for an ambulance to pass on September 30. PM Modi’s convoy stopped in one alignment on the side of the road, and paved way for the ambulance rushing to a hospital. Once the ambulance passed, the PM Modi’s vehicle and security vehicles joined formation and resumed to journey. Meanwhile, PM Modi is scheduled to announced upcoming road projects soon.
Olympic silver medallist Mirabai Chanu expectedly won the gold medal with a total lift of 191 kgs in the women's 49kg weightlifting competition at the 36th National Games, held in Gujarat. The event was held on September 30, in which Chanu bagged a prestigious medal. Recently, the athlete claimed the Commonwealth Games gold medal in Birmingham in August, after lifting 84kg in snatch and 107 kgs.
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PM Narendra Modi flagged off the upgraded Vande Bharat Express Train, from Gandhinagar Station, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, on September 30. Speaking about the features and upgraded version of the train, the Vande Bharat Express offers a myriad of superior and aircraft-like travelling, which will ease travel for commuters. The Vande Bharat Express is a semi-high-speed train with a self-propelled engine and… read-more
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PM Narendra Modi is all set to inaugurate the updated new version of Vande Bharat Express Train, in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, on September 30. The new train, which has been approved for launch after several trials, will be en route between New Delhi-Varanasi and New Delhi-Vaishnodevi Katra, Jammu and Kashmir. Furthermore, travel on the train from Gandhinagar to Kalupur railway station, after the official inauguration of well-equipped train.
Over 200 cow shelter homes have released more than 10,000 cows on to the roads to protest against the state government of Gujarat. The protestors stated that BJP promised to provide financial assistance of Rs 500 crore to the shelter homes, but “didn’t give a single penny”. With this, road traffic in north Gujarat highways came to a halt. A protestor stated that the protests started over 15 days ago.
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