PM Modi flags off the Gandhinagar-Mumbai Vande Bharat train
PM Modi flags off the Gandhinagar-Mumbai Vande Bharat train

The Gandhinagar-Mumbai Vande Bharat Express train was kicked off by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the second day of his visit to Gujarat today, i.e. Friday. The third Vande Bharat train was thus sent to the nation. Between Gujarat’s Gandhinagar and Mumbai, the Vande Bharat train will operate. A sound resembling that of Bharat Mata was heard while flagging off Vande Bharat.

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PM Modi this morning launched the “Vande Bharat Express” at Gandhinagar Capital Railway Station, according to news agency ANI. He’s expected to take the train from Gandhinagar in Ahmedabad to Kalupur station as well. Additionally, the Prime Minister will officially launch the first phase of the ambitious and eagerly anticipated Rs 12,925 crore Ahmedabad Metro project from Kalupur station.

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What else will PM Modi do?

On Friday night, the prime minister would travel to Ambaji town in the Banaskantha district to officially launch a number of projects totaling Rs 7,200 crore. He will speak at a public gathering there before participating in the aarti at the well-known Ambaji temple.

Let us inform you that Gujarat, the state where Prime Minister Modi is from, will have assembly elections before the end of this year. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which has controlled the state for 30 years, is putting in great effort to hold onto its position of power.

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