Kevadia, 17/01(AO Bureau): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday flagged off eight trains on Sunday to see the ‘Statue of Unity’ located in Kevadia, Gujarat. Departed. These trains will connect Kevadia to Varanasi, Dadar, Ahmedabad, Hazrat Nizamuddin, Rewa, Chennai, and Pratapnagar. PM Modi said during this time that this is probably happening for the first time in the history of the railway when simultaneously so many trains have been flagged from different corners of the country for the same place.
.PM Modi, referring to the Statue of Liberty located in New York of America, said that more tourists are coming to see the Statue of Unity in Kevadia than the Statue of Liberty. Development is taking place here. Wide roads have been built. All facilities have been taken care of in the railway station. PM Modi remembered and paid tribute to the late former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu MG Ramachandran on his birth anniversary. He said that we are trying to fulfill the ideals of MGR. He said, ‘Today one of the trains leaving for Kevadia is also coming from Purchachi Talavar Dr. MG Ramachandran Central Railway Station. It is also a happy coincidence that today Bharat Ratna is also the birth anniversary of MG Ramachandran.