New Delhi, May 22, 2017: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday will set to leave for Gujarat on a two-day visit where he would inaugurate some developmental projects and attend the annual meeting of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group.
This is PM Modi’s third visit to his native state in 2017.
During his visit, he will launch projects at the Kandla Port and in Bhachau, both in the Kutch district which had borne the brunt of the 2001 earthquake.
He will also address two public meetings.
Modi on Sunday took to twitter shared his visit’s schedule and plan, he tweeted “Tomorrow I will begin a two-day Gujarat visit, during which I will join programmes in Kutch and Gandhinagar”.
“I shall inaugurate & lay the foundation stone for various projects of the Kandla Port and address a public meeting at Gandhidham,” he added.
“In Bhachau, a pumping station would be inaugurated & I shall join a public meeting,” he added.
Recalling the destructive earthquake which Kutch witnessed in 2001, Prime Minister Modi tweeted that the district is today known as one of India’s fastest growing districts.
On the second day of his visit, the Prime Minister will visit Gandhinagar to participate in the opening ceremony of the meetings of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB).
On the sidelines of the meetings, he will also be meeting some of the distinguished delegates of the AFDB Group.