Amit Shah inaugurates several development projects in Ahmedabad
ECONOMY & POLICY

Amit Shah inaugurates several development projects in Ahmedabad

In Ahmedabad, Amit Shah, Home Minister inaugurated a rail overbridge and several other development projects on Saturday.

The Home Minister had laid the foundation stone of the Umiya Mata Temple at Umiya Campus in Sola, Ahmedabad, earlier in the day.

The Umiya Mata temple in Unjha is a religious site for the Patidar community, particularly the Kadva Patidars, and is regarded as a place of pilgrimage and faith. The temple, dedicated to Maa Umiya, the Kadva Patidar sect's reigning deity, will cost Rs 1,500 crore to build.

Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, Governor Acharya Dewrat and other Patidar Samaj leaders were also in attendance at the Umiya Campus ceremony.

Apart from the Umiyadham temple, the trust, which also manages the main temple in Unjha, plans to construct a 13-story complex adjacent to the temple to provide training and a hostel for Patidar youths preparing for GPSC and UPSC entrance exams.

Shah was in Ahmedabad for a one-day visit after visiting his home state of Gujarat.

Shah said during the event that the Hindu community's places of worship had been humiliated for many years and that no one cared to restore their glory until the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power in 2014, and that the government is now working fearlessly to renovate such sites.

People used to be ashamed of visiting temples, the leader continued, but with the Modi government, a new era began.

Image Source

Also read: PM Modi to lay foundation stone of multiple projects in Gujarat
Also read: PM Modi inaugurates Varanasi smart city projects worth Rs 50.92 cr

In Ahmedabad, Amit Shah, Home Minister inaugurated a rail overbridge and several other development projects on Saturday. The Home Minister had laid the foundation stone of the Umiya Mata Temple at Umiya Campus in Sola, Ahmedabad, earlier in the day. The Umiya Mata temple in Unjha is a religious site for the Patidar community, particularly the Kadva Patidars, and is regarded as a place of pilgrimage and faith. The temple, dedicated to Maa Umiya, the Kadva Patidar sect's reigning deity, will cost Rs 1,500 crore to build. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, Governor Acharya Dewrat and other Patidar Samaj leaders were also in attendance at the Umiya Campus ceremony. Apart from the Umiyadham temple, the trust, which also manages the main temple in Unjha, plans to construct a 13-story complex adjacent to the temple to provide training and a hostel for Patidar youths preparing for GPSC and UPSC entrance exams. Shah was in Ahmedabad for a one-day visit after visiting his home state of Gujarat. Shah said during the event that the Hindu community's places of worship had been humiliated for many years and that no one cared to restore their glory until the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power in 2014, and that the government is now working fearlessly to renovate such sites. People used to be ashamed of visiting temples, the leader continued, but with the Modi government, a new era began. Image Source Also read: PM Modi to lay foundation stone of multiple projects in Gujarat Also read: PM Modi inaugurates Varanasi smart city projects worth Rs 50.92 cr

Hi There!

Now get regular updates from CW Magazine on WhatsApp!

Click on link below, message us with a simple hi, and SAVE our number

You will have subscribed to our Construction News on Whatsapp! Enjoy

+91 86574 75330

Reach out to us

Call us at +91 8108603000 or

Schedule a Call Back