After inaugurating a two-level flyover in CTM area of Ahmedabad on Wednesday, Chief Minister Narendra Modi went to the nearest Bus Rapid Transit System(BRTS) bus-stand, bought ticket and traveled to Danilimda where he was scheduled to visit to open a community center.

“The government will soon start an air-conditioned BRTS bus service which will facilitate the labour class people to enjoy the luxury which is generally limited to the elite classes only”, he said.

A number of public facilities were thrown open to people by the Chief Minister Mr. Narendra Modi here, which include a two-level flyover in CTM area, a bus terminus in Juna Wadaj area and a Dr.Ambedkar community centre in Danilimda area.

Erected with Rs.45-crore, the first two-level flyover of Ahmedabad is expected to solve the unending traffic problem of Narol-Naroda highway. Interestingly, the Chief Minister took BRTS ride to reach to Danilimda for the inauguration of the community centre.

Chief Minister said that the two-level flyover in the CTM area, is a work that Gujarat can take pride in and it also signifies the government’s policy of a balanced development across the western and eastern belt of Ahmedabad. Modern bus terminus in Juna Wadaj and community centre in Danilimda are testimonials to the changed face of development of the Ahmedabad city, he said.

The world is aware of the rapid development that is taking place in Gujarat and the world also knows where the Central government is leading the nation with corruption and inflation, Chief Minister said. The Congress government in Centre will never be able to free the people of this nation from the shackles of black money, corruption and price-rise. On one side the Centre has cut the Gujarat's kerosene quota by 33% and on the other side it is advising the state to cut down its taxes, but the fact is that the state government has is not taking tax on the kerosene used by the poor, he added.

Revenue Minister Mrs.Anandiben Patel, Social Justice Minister Mr.Fakirbhai Vaghela, Education Minister Mr.Ramanlal Vora, Minister of State for Law Mr.Pradipsinhji Jadeja, MP Dr.Kirit Solanki, MLAs, AMC office bearers, Corporaters and people in large number were present on the occasion.

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