Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani said, “More than 50,000 birds and animals have been saved under Karuna Abhiyan till date. I congratulate the Forest Department, NGOs and all other organisations who are actively involved in saving the lives of innocent animals.”
Through this new initiative, any youth of Gujarat can dial 63-57-390-390 of this call center and get information about the schemes of any district of the state including study oriented, employment oriented and youth oriented of the government.
New Delhi: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today digitally laid foundation stone and dedicated various bhawans of Saurashtra University on...
Gujarat has the World’s Tallest Statue at Kevadia, Gir National Park, India’s first World Heritage City, World’s Biggest Stadium, India’s first seaplane services, India’s first Blue-Flag certified beach, Seema Darshan, in addition to Somanth, Dwarka, Ambaji etc. These places have been attracting tourists from various parts of India and the world.
Recalling his determination to supply tap water to all households in the state by the year 2022, Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani said that we need to make Gujarat a water surplus state.
The state government, under 7 Pagla Khedut Kalyan Na Yojana’ has purchased crops worth Rs.17 thousand crores at MSP in the last 4 years. The government has also implemented the Mukhyamantri Mahila Utkarsh Yojana to empower women of 10 lakh SHGs in Gujarat.
COVID-19 vaccination will begin in Gujarat from 16th January. State govt has compiled data for vaccination. More than 11 lakh COVID-19 warriors, which includes more than 4 lakh health workers and more than 6 lakh frontline workers will be vaccinated in the first phase.
Lift irrigation pipeline will benefit nearly 29,000 farmer families in 89 villages and a total area of 49,500 acres of Mandvi in Surat. In addition to that, it will also benefit 3 dams, 2 ponds, 6 ravines and 30 check-dams.
After the cabinet meeting, Mr Vijay Rupani visited the residence of the deceased and expressed his feeling of grief and prayed for eternal peace and give strength to his family.
Under Kakrapar-Gordha-Vad Udvahan Irrigation Scheme, water will be supplied to 49500 acres of land to a total of 89 villages including 61 of Mandvi taluka and 28 of Mangrol taluka. About 29000 tribal farmer families will be benefitted.