Prime Minister Modi concludes his two-day visit to Gujarat

Ahmedabad: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today concluded his two days visit to Gujarat and left for Delhi from Sardar Patel international airport here in a special Indian Air Force plane. The Prime Minister on first day of his visit on October 29 drove to former Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP leader late Keshubhai Patel’s residence in Gandhinagar to condole his death. The Prime Minister interacted to Patel’s family members. He then went to late Mahesh – Naresh Kanodia’s residence in Gandhinagar to condole their passing away. The Prime Minister spent a few minutes with Kanodia family. Shri Modi later reached Kevadia colony in Narmada district via Air Force helicopter and inaugurated Children Nutrition Park, Arogya Van and Narmada Jungle Safari. He also launched Ek Bharat Mall and Ekta Cruise in river Narmada. The Prime Minister in the evening inaugurated Cactus garden, glow garden and dynamic lighting over Narmada dam. He today morning paid floral tribute to Sardar Patel at Statue of Unity and later observed Ekta parade on National Unity Day. He addressed the gathering and later also address trainee IAS officers via video conferencing. He Later boarded a Seaplane and reached Sabarmati Riverfront where he inaugurated country’s first water aerodrome. The Prime Minister later left for Delhi.