PM Modi Inaugurates Gandhi Museum, LNG Terminal on Gujarat Visit
PM Modi, who is on a one-day visit to his home state, launched various plants for Amul earlier in the day.
PM Modi, on a one-day visit to his home state Gujarat, inaugurated various projects on Sunday, 30 September, including the Mudra LNG terminal in Gujarat’s Anjar, various plants for Amul’s parent company in Anand district and the Mahatma Gandhi Museum at the Alfred High School in Rajkot.
Mahatma Gandhi Museum in Rajkot
In Rajkot, PM Modi inaugurated a newly-built Mahatma Gandhi Museum at Alfred High School, where Mahatma Gandhi did his matriculation in 1887. The school was renamed Mohandas Gandhi High School after independence. It was closed in 2017 after a decision was taken to convert it into a museum.
Mudra LNG Terminal and Other Projects
Speaking at the inauguration of the Mundra LNG Terminal, Anjar-Mundra Pipeline Project and the Palanpur-Pali Barmer Pipeline Project in Anjar in Gujarat’s Kutch district, the PM said that the LNG terminal is the highlight of today’s program.
The inauguration of the LNG terminal is the highlight of today’s programme. I am fortunate to have inaugurated three LNG terminals. Now, we are poised to make the fourth LNG terminal.PM Modi
Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Feredation (Amul Parent Company) Plants
The prime minister, who is on a one-day visit to his home state, also launched various plants for the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF), owner of the Amul brand, at Mogar in Anand district in Gujarat.
“The brand of Amul is known the world over. It has become an inspiration. This is an excellent model of empowerment,” said Prime Minister Modi while addressing farmers in the district.
“We are focussing on ‘Jan Dhan’, ‘Van Dhan’ and ‘Gobar Dhan’. This will help our farmers,” said PM Modi stressing on the importance of self empowerment and better facilities for milk farmers.
Congratulating Amul for its contribution towards the betterment of those who live in Anand as well as across the country, the PM said that Amul should think about what targets it can set for its own 75th anniversary and for 2022, when India marks 75 years of freedom.
(With inputs from ANI and NDTV)
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