Narendra Modi comes in Ahmedabad on two-day Gujarat visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi showed up here on Friday morning on a two-day Gujarat trip during which he is planned to dispatch a large group of undertakings, including a seaplane administration among Kevadiya and Ahmedabad, and visit the Statue of Unity, said an authority.

Upon his landing in the Ahmedabad air terminal, he was invited by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and Governor Acharya Devvrat.

This is the PM’s first visit to his home state after the Covid flare-up.

From the air terminal, Modi would leave for Gandhinagar to meet the lamenting group of previous Gujarat boss priest and BJP robust Keshubhai Patel, who passed on Thursday.

He is likewise expected to meet the group of Gujarati film hotshot Naresh Kanodia and his music arranger sibling Mahesh Kanodia, both of whom kicked the bucket as of late.

Naresh and Mahesh Kanodia were related with the BJP and chose as MLA and MP, individually, previously.

It is likewise expected that the PM would meet his nonagenarian mother Hiraba, who lives on the edges of Gandhinagar city with Modi’s more youthful sibling Pankaj Modi.

The PM would then arrive at Kevadiya in Narmada region to introduce different the travel industry ventures close to the Statue of Unity, a landmark committed to Sardar Patel.

On Saturday, he would initiate a seaplane administration interfacing Kevadiya with Ahmedabad. PTI

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