Modi will open five All India Institutes of Medical Sciences in Rajkot, Bathinda, Raebareli, Kalyani, and Mangalagiri during a public event, according to the Prime Minister’s Office.  In Kutch, PM Modi will cut the ribbon on ten solar and wind power plants, transmission lines, and a renewable energy park, totaling ₹16,200 crore.

Gujarat’s first AIIMS will be opened by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday. The super-specialty hospital in Para Pipaliya hamlet has an active outpatient section, and in December 2020, he lay the institution’s foundation stone via video conference. The hospital, one of five AIIMS that the PM will dedicate to the country during a two-day visit to the western state, was constructed at a cost of ₹1,195 crore.

The Prime Minister will also officially open power projects in Kutch valued at ₹16,200 crore. Ten solar and wind power installations, transmission lines for electricity evacuation, and a park dedicated to renewable energy are all part of this. 

According to Mint, “Rajkot AIIMS is a top-notch hospital spanning 201 acres that has 720 beds, including an intensive care unit and super specialty beds. The prime minister will officially open 23 operating rooms, a 30-bed AYUSH block, and 250 IPD beds on February 25. “We will gradually make the remaining beds available,” stated Rushikesh Patel, the state minister of health.

Modi will perform pooja and have darshan at the Beyt Dwarka temple early on February 25. After that, at roughly 8:25 a.m., he will visit the Sudarshan Setu, and at around 9:30 a.m., he will visit the Dwarkadhish Temple. Around 1 pm, the Prime Minister will dedicate and lay the foundation stone for several development projects valued at over Rs. 4150 crore in Dwarka. At 3:30 pm, the Prime Minister will go to AIIMS Rajkot.

A celebration in Dwarka will also see the Prime Minister Modi inaugurate the ‘Sudarshan Setu’, which connects the Beyt Dwarka island and the Okha mainland. At an estimated cost of ₹980 crore, the 2.32 km long cable-stayed bridge is the longest of its kind in the nation. Its distinctive layout features a road flanked on both sides by pictures of Lord Krishna and Bhagavad Gita verses. One megawatt of electricity is produced by the solar panels that are mounted on the top sections of the walkway of the structure.