PM Modi arrives at Keshubapa-Kanodia's house to pay homage, PM Modi arrives at Kevadia, inaugurates various projects

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PM's visit to Gujarat: PM Modi arrives at Keshubapa-Kanodia's house to pay homage, PM Modi arrives at Kevadia, inaugurates various projects

Due to the death of Keshubhai Patel, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has changed his Gujarat tour program. At 9:45 am, PM Modi arrived at the Ahmedabad airport, where he was received by leaders including the CM and the Governor. 

From the airport, Modi went straight to Keshubhai Patel's residence in Gandhinagar and paid tributes to his father and sent condolences to his family. He then reached the residence of Naresh Kanodia, where he paid tributes to Kanodiabandhu and consoled the family members including Hitu Kanodia. After that they have reached Gandhinagar Kevadia. Where various projects will be inaugurated and unveiled.

"Prime Minister Modi came to our house," said Sonalben Patel, Keshubapa's daughter. Sat with us like the head of the family. Dad asked about the last moment. Even during his illness, Modi kept asking for information. He knew that his father had recovered from the covid illness. But yesterday he asked about what happened and had a conversation.

The Prime Minister said that both the brothers became immortal: Hitu Kanodia
Gujarati actor and MLA Hitu Kanodia said that it is a matter of pride for the entire family that the Prime Minister of the country visited our house. 

When he came to comfort and encourage us he said one sentence that the wonderful couple and both brothers became immortal. This line is a noble line for our family and for the whole of Gujarat, both brothers became immortal. 

You see the date of birth or death is written inside the image, but we do not write those dates. Because Maheshbhai and Nareshbhai have really become immortal.

 This kind of love, Mr. Modi said, the immense love of both brothers, wonderful love is very inspiring. These are the two personalities that people should learn from.

PM Modi's program
9:45: PM Modi's arrival at Ahmedabad airport.
9:55: Departure from the airport to Keshubhai Patel's residence in Gandhinagar.
10:05 : Tribute paid to the residence of late Keshubapa in Gandhinagar.
10:15: Kanodiabandhu leaves from Keshubapa's residence to go there.
10:31: PM Modi arrives at Naresh Kanodia's house.
10:40: Naresh-Mahesh pays homage to Kanodia's duo.
10:50: Departure from Gandhinagar Helipad to Kevadia.

Police cordon off late Keshubhai Patel's bungalow at Gandhinagar.

PM pays tributes to Keshubhai Patel via social media

Prime Minister Modi is on a two-day visit to Gujarat from today to inaugurate several projects including C-Plane.

 He was supposed to go to Kevadia first, but his schedule has been changed after the death of Keshubhai Patel yesterday. Now he will come to Ahmedabad today and then leave for Kevadia in the afternoon. Tributes were paid to Keshubhai Patel through social media on Thursday. He also sent a wreath as a tribute.

Media was kept 500 meters away from Keshubhai's house, three layer security was arranged.

In the afternoon, Kevadia will reach Lokaparna including jungle safari
Modi will unveil 17 projects at Kevadia including Jungle Safari, Handloom and Handicraft, Ekta Mall, Children Nutrition Park, Unity Glow Garden, Cactus Garden. 9 will unveil the plaque of Project Jetty and Boating Navigation Channel, New Gorabridge, Garudeshwar Wear, Ekta Nursery, Khalwani Eco Tourism, Government Settlements, Bus Terminus and Home Stay Project. The Statue of Unity will also sit in a 40-minute ride from the nearest jetty to the jetty near Shrestha Bharat Bhavan. While Kevadia is ablaze with over a billion lights, the statue will also unveil permanently decorated decorative lighting in an area of ​​up to 25 km around it and specially designed decorative lighting for Sardar Sarovar Dam. 4 new project Statue of Unity Area Development Authority's administrative building, government settlements,

Police in civil dress at Hiraba's house.

Opposition leader Paresh Dhanani reached his residence to pay tributes to Keshubapa.

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