CM dedicates public works worth of Rs. 102-Cr to people in Vadodara
Gujarat Chief Minister Mr. Vijaybhai Rupani today ascertained that the state government is determined to provide all facilities to the people who are migrating to bigger cities and towns from rural areas in search of job and to earn bread and butter.
Speaking in Vadodara city this evening, Mr. Rupani further stated that the state government has planned to equip the cities with the best facilities, including digital, to avail them to the last common-man of the society.
Urging to make the cities liveable and enjoyable, the Chief Minister said that Municipal Corporations has limited resources, thus, it is very essential to use these resources to the optimum benefits. He emphasized to adopt approach that makes amenities available everywhere in the cities.
The Chief Minister also unveiled the statue of Pandit Dindayal Upadhyay installed in the courtyard of newly built Sabhagruh and also garlanded it with flowers. He also said that the government is determined to follow ideology of Pandit Dindayal that is based on valued politics and uplifting of the last common-man of the society.
The Chief Minister also dedicated to the people and laid foundation stones of public works worth of more than Rs. 102-crore done by the Vadodara Municipal Corporations. He also handed over the keys to the beneficiaries of the Prime Minister Housing Schemes. Mr. Rupani also paid visit to the art exhibition organised by Shivam Sunderam Samiti at Navlakhi Maidan as a part of Shivotsav.
Others, who spoke on occasion included, MP Mrs. Ranjanben Bhatt, Mayor Mr. Bharatbhai Dangar. Those remained present, included MLAs Mr. Jitubhai Sukhadiya, Mr. Rajendrabhai Trivedi, Ms. Manishaben Vakil, Ms. Seemaben Mohile, VUDA Chairman Mr. N. V. Patel, Food Corporation’s Chairman Mr. Bhupendra Lakhawala, leaders Mr. Sabdasaran Brahmbhatt, Mr. Bhargav Bhatt, and others.
Source : Gujarat Information Bureau
Source: Information Department, Gujarat