Amit Shah visited Jungle Safari park at the Statue of Unity in Gujarat’s Kevadia to observe National Unity Day.
Amit Shah visited the Jungle Safari Park in Kevadia.
(Picture credit: Twitter @AmitShah
Home Minister Amit Shah visited the Jungle Safari park at the Statue of Unity in Gujarat’s Kevadia to mark National Unity Day on Sunday.
Amit Shah posted pictures from his visit on Twitter and praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that his vision has transformed this place into one of India’s major tourist attractions.
Visited the Jungle Safari in Kevadia.
PM @narendramodi Ji’s vision has transformed this place into one of India’s major tourist attractions. There is so much to see, feel and capture in Kevadia. On #NationalUnityDay, I appeal to all our countrymen to visit this beautiful place. pic.twitter.com/7Vck8RqKU3
— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) October 31, 2021
“There is so much to see, feel and capture in Kevadia,” he said. He also appealed to people to visit the “beautiful place”.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday said Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel will continue to inspire generations to come, and the ‘Statue of Unity’, dedicated to Patel, is a message to the world that India’s future is bright and nobody can break the country’s unity and integrity.
Addressing a gathering at the world’s tallest ‘Statue of Unity’ at Kevadia in Gujarat’s Narmada district on the occasion of Sardar Patel’s birth anniversary, Shah also targeted the opposition, saying efforts were made to forget the ‘Iron Man of India’.
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