Gandhinagar, Friday: Chief Minister Shri Bhupendrabhai Patel paid obeisance to Adyashakti Maa Ambe during the auspicious days of Chaitra Navratri at the famous Ambaji pilgrimage site.
The Chief Minister bowed his head at the Adyashakti Dham Ambaji Temple and prayed for the happiness, prosperity and safety of six and a half crore Gujaratis. He prayed that Mataji would give him strength to do works of public interest and that Gujarat would continue to move forward on the path of continuous development and that Mataji’s grace would continue to shower blessings for the best of the best.
The Chief Minister inaugurated the Agro Mall at the Ambaji Temple Complex. Simultaneously, the public address system was launched and the mobile app of Gujarat Yatradham Vikas Board was also launched.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister handed over the keys to five beneficiaries under the Farms Producer Organization. 41 women beneficiaries from Vicharti Vimukt Jaati were given 80 square metres plot documentation.
It is worth mentioning here that ‘Shri Shakti Vasahat’ is being constructed for the families of Vicharti Vimukt Jaatis like Madari, Bharthari and Wadi around Ambaji village. The facility of lined residential house will be available in this settlement with the help of government.
On this occasion Minister for Roads and Buildings Shri Purnesh Bhai Modi, MP Shri Parbatbhai Patel, Rajya Sabha MP Shri Dineshbhai Anawadia, Chief Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister Shri Kailasanathan, Chief Secretary Shri Pankaj Kumar, Collector Shri Anand Patel, District Development Officer Shri Swapnil Khare, Gujarat Pavitra Yatra Secretary Shri R.R. Officers and office bearers and beneficiaries including Raval, Superintendent of Police Shri Akshayraj Makwana were present.
Source: Information Department, Gujarat