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CM dedicates 21 City Civic Centres of the state from Palanpur

    The Prime Minister’s resolution to provide ease of living to each and every people in the society, living in towns and villages has been realized

    Chief Minister:-

    • The Prime Minister has laid a strong foundation for development, but he has constantly looked after the poor and marginalized people
    • City Civic Centres have been set up in the Municipalities which are well equipped with advanced facilities as in the big cities keeping in mind the public interest
    • Provisions have been made to remove the traffic jam problem of Palanpur city, The government has sanctioned Rs. 6.5 crore to solve the traffic problem of Aroma Circle

    Gandhinagar, Saturday: Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel inaugurated City Civic Centres( Jan Suvidha Kendra) of 21 municipalities of the state constructed at the cost of Rs. 22.65 crore from Palanpur.

    On this occasion Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel said that, Our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has realized his resolve to provide ease of living to each and every people of the society living in towns and villages. The Bharatiya Janata Party at the Central under the leadership of Shri Narendra Modi has completed 9 years of good governance. Over the years the schemes have reached the doorsteps of the poor and underprivileged. The Prime Minister has laid a strong foundation for development, but he has constantly taken care of the poor and marginalized.

    The Chief Minister clearly stated that, The Prime Minister has shown the world how the politics of development is and how technology that keeps pace with the times can be used in public interest. The developed countries of the world have also been inspired by this politics of development.

    The Prime Minister of Australia also said that “Modi is the boss”. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has been invited to US for the second time in a row to address U.S. Senate Sessions of Congress which is a matter of pride for all of us.

    He said, In today’s era, every person in the village, town or metropolis wants to have access to the services-facilities quickly, transparently and easily. Through Seva Setu, the government goes directly to the people of towns and villages and solves their problems. He added, Moving two steps ahead of the times, with a unique vision, making maximum use of technology, has adopted the approach of ‘Delivery at Doorstep’. Municipalities in metropolitan cities have created Nagar Seva Sadan to provide quick services to the people and provide online services such as ODPS, tax payment, issuance of certificates through City Civic Centres under one roof. Similarly, District-Taluka offices have expanded Collector’s office, Revenue Officer’s office as public convenience centers. City-Civic Centre-Citizen centric facilities like cities are to be developed as a one-stop-shop-more than 40 services for the citizens in the cities. City Civic Centres-Citizen Centres have been set up in the Municipalities with such advanced facilities and citizen centric services as in the big cities at public interest rates which are available to the small towns as well.

    Chief Minister said, This government has set an example of how to provide quality service to the people.
    The pandemic had the worst impact on small business people and thus to provide them support to restart their livelihood Loans up to Rs. 10 thousand have been given to such vendors under PM SVANidhi Yojana without any security.

    Mentioning about the all-round development of Yatradham Ambaji, the Chief Minister said that, Chatbot-Ambaji, a new approach of the Prime Minister using information technology in pilgrimages, has been started through which everyone can avail the benefit of Ambaji darshan sitting at home.

    Making an important announcement for the city of Palanpur, the Chief Minister said, A concrete plan has been made to remove the problem of traffic jams at Aroma Circle on National Highway connecting Palanpur Nagar and Ahmedabad, Abu Road, Deesa. The government has sanctioned Rs. 6.5 crore to solve the traffic problem of Aroma Circle. By removing this aroma circle, smooth diversion, dedicated lane, service road, traffic signal work will be carried out in a short time. This will relieve the city of Palanpur from the daily hassles of traffic.

    Under the leadership and guidance of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, we have entered into the immortal age of celebrating the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence. This Amrit Kaal is meant to increase the ease of living for all the citizens of the country and to create an advanced India developed with the support of all, including each and every human being.

    On this occasion, MP Shri Parbat Patel said that Under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, the country is developing all round. This government has provided beautiful facilities like 24 hours electricity, drinking water, roads facilities in the cities.

    Devotees living in any part of the world will be able to visit temple at one click through their mobile phones and get details of worship, rituals and ordinances. It can be launched from the Youtube channel. international level ISO certification-2020 awarded to Ambaji, Rs.72 crore work approval orders for sewage treatment plant and underground sewerage scheme to Palanpur municipality and cheques were distributed to beneficiaries under SVANidhi Yojana.

    On this occasion Rajya Sabha MP Shri Dinesh Anavadiya, MLA Shri Aniket Thaker and Shri Pravin Mali, Former Union Minister Shri Hari Chaudhary, Association President Shri Kirtisinh Vaghela, Municipality President Shri Kiran Rawal, Former MLA Shri Kanti Kachoria, Shri Govind Prajapati, Shri Rekha Khanesha, Shri Vasant Bhatol, Principal Secretary of Development Department Shri Sanjeev Kumar, Commissioner of Municipalities Shri Rajkumar Beniwal, Collector Shri Varunkumar Baranwal, District Development Officer Shri Swapnil Khare, Superintendent of Police Shri Akshayraj Makwana, officials, office bearers and a large number of citizens were present.

    Source: Information Department, Gujarat