Prime Minister Narendra Modi waved to people gathered outside on the road as his convoy passed from the airport to the city.
PM will visit Gujarat’s Sardar Sarovar Dam on the Narmada river on Tuesday. The water level has reached its highest level till date of 138.68 metres. The PM will launch the “Namami Narmade” festival.
The Prime Minister will visit the dam site at Kevadiya in Narmada district on his 69th birthday to attend the “Namami Narmade Mahotsava” to celebrate the water level milestone.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit the Sardar Sarovar Dam In Narmada in Gujarat and offer prayers there on his 69th birthday on 17th September.
The Water Level In Sardar Sarovar Dam In Kevadiya In Narmada District reached Its Highest Capacity at 138.68 Metres on Sunday, Since its height was raised in 2017.
In 2014, Permission Was granted to raise the height of this mega Dam from 121.92 metres to 138.68 Metres
This Means There Shall be no water scarcity in Gujarat For At least next 2 years
Narmada is considered to be the lifeline of Gujarat
—Close To 10,000 Villages In Gujarat gets Potable Water Because of this Project
—There is canal Network of 75,000 Kms In Gujarat ,Through which People get Water for irrigation
—Installed Capacity Of Sardar Sarovar Hydro Power Project is 1450 MW
The Namami Devi Narmade Mahotsav will be celebrated across the state with over 5,000 events which marks the filling up of the Sardar Sarovar Dam to its full capacity.PM Modi Will offer prayers at the dam site
PM Modi Will also review Various Developmental Projects like
—Eco Tourism Site
—Cactus Garden, where more than 500 species Of Cactus are there
—Garudeshwar Dutt Temple
The Statue of Unity is on a spree of setting benchmarks. Days after it made its place in the Time’s 100 greatest places in the world, it registered a record 34,000 tourists visiting the location in a single day on 25th August. PM Modi’s Visit To Kevadiya On His Birthday will further play a significant role in Boosting Tourism In Gujarat