Modi dedicates Rs 264 cr projects in Surat including a new river bridge
Surat, 27 May 2012
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today dedicated three development projects worth Rs 264 crore in Surat. This included Kapodra-Utran river bridge over Tapi, Rs 50 crore water distribution scheme for Katargam zone and Rs 132 crore drainage project.
Shri Modi said that during the period of present government, one would find development project in every 25 km radius area. He pointed out that while so many development works are going on, the govt has taken care that its burden should not come over common people.
Shri Modi mentioned Surat-Navsari twin city project in his speeh. He said 10 years back Gujarat was facing 6500 crore revenue deficit, but today the state is revenue surplus, thanks to its economic management that has not affected development projects.
Narrow tent, too many people invite disturbance in inaugural function
It was a narrow tent, and overwhelming number of people sitting inside the tent were attempting to see a glimpse of Narendra Modi. So what was the result? Some people stood up, some others started throwing chairs and some other people were not attentive, but shouting and speaking loudly. And this all happened in presence of the Chief Minister.
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