The way Kutch has become the most industrialised district in Gujarat, India would similarly become a developed nation by 2047, says Prime Minister Modi. Kutch is second in the world regarding welding pipe manufacturing, he added.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has laid the foundation stone of development projects worth around INR 4,400 crore in Bhuj, Gujarat – as published in a leading news agency. While addressing the public gathering in Kutch, PM Modi, said that Smriti Van Memorial in Bhuj and Veer Bal Smarak at Anjar are the symbols of the shared pains of Kutch, Gujarat, and the whole nation.
During the rally, he also informed that Kutch is second in the world regarding welding pipe manufacturing. Also, highlighting some of the other unique features of the region, the PM stated that the largest cement plant in the world and the world’s second-largest textile plant is in Kutch.
Moreover, Asia’s first Special Economic Zone (SEZ) was established at Mundra, Kutch. The region produces 2500 MW of power generated by solar and wind energy and the largest solar hybrid park is coming up in Kutch.
PM Modi emphasised that the development of Kutch is a perfect example of a meaningful change with ‘Sabka Prayas’. “Kutch is not just a place, but it is a spirit, a living feeling. It is this spirit which shows us the way to the fulfillment of the colossal resolutions of the Azadi ka Amrit Kaal,” he said.
Furthermore, he added that Gujarat has a big role to play in the Green House campaign that is going on in the country. In fact, Kutch will contribute a lot in the same. He also said that the way Kutch had emerged as the most industrialised district in Gujarat after the devastating earthquake, India would become a developed nation by 2047, as envisioned by the Government of India and the people of the nation.