Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani Tuesday dedicated and laid the foundation stones for urban development projects worth Rs 285 crore in Ahmedabad. These projects are going to be executed by the Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority for the newly developed areas near to Sardar Patel Ring Road.
The projects of the Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (AUDA) include a Rs 57.50-crore bridge, Rs 2-crore garden and basketball-cum-volleyball court.
He also laid the foundation stones for two bridges, as many town halls and a drainage line.
The chief minister also announced a 60 million litre per day capacity Narmada canal-based drinking water project for Bopal nagarpalika on the city outskirts at an investment
of Rs 160 crore.
Addressing a gathering, Rupani said his government has stood up to the expectations of people who have reposed faith in him. During the event, Rupani assured that the projects announced by the government will be executed within the span of two years. “The former government in power announced the project, but were never successful in implementing them. We are confident that we will complete the project within our tenure,” said Rupani.