- PM Modi’s two-day Gujarat tour ends
- Had to address a public meeting in Mount Abu
- Speech not given due to loudspeaker rule
Mount Abu: Prime Minister Narendra Modi ended his two-day visit to Gujarat with an important message. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived at Mount Abu on the border of Gujarat and Rajasthan on Friday to address a public meeting, gave a brief speech without a loudspeaker. Let us tell you that there was a huge crowd of people in Mount Abu. People from far-flung areas had also reached to hear the speech of the Prime Minister, but PM Modi did not give any speech.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi set an example
PM Modi did not address the people in Mount Abu as they were bound by the rules. Actually, the Prime Minister had reached there after 10 pm and according to the rules, the use of loudspeakers is prohibited after 10 pm. That’s why PM Modi said in a short address that it is 10 o’clock in the night and my conscience says not to violate the rule. After this, without giving any speech, he bowed down and bowed to the people. However, the PM then went to the people and met them.
PM Modi bowing to the people of Mount Abu.
PM Modi offered prayers at Ambaji temple
Prime Minister Narendra Modi offered prayers at the famous Ambaji temple in Gujarat’s Banaskantha district on Friday. After addressing a rally in the city, he went to the temple. He also took part in the ‘Maha Aarti’ at the nearby Gabbar shrine. The Prime Minister was accompanied by Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, Union Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav and State BJP President CR Patil. During this, the Prime Minister also saw a laser show, under which the idol of the goddess was also made on the Gabbar hill. Before visiting the temple, the Prime Minister laid the foundation stone of various projects worth over Rs 72,000 crore at Ambaji and dedicated several projects to the public.
Vande Bharat train and Ahmedabad Metro gift
It is to be known that today was the last day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Gujarat. The PM told the people of Gujarat that he wants to make the country the head of the world in terms of infrastructure. We want to make cities world class and are working in that direction. The PM also flagged off the new and improved version of the Vande Bharat Express train running between Gandhinagar and Mumbai today and after that he traveled from Gandhinagar to Ahmedabad’s Kalupur station by boarding the train. At the same time, Modi inaugurated the first phase of the Ahmedabad Metro Rail project between Thaltej and Vastral in Ahmedabad and also traveled in it.