PM Modi lays foundation stone for three ambitious projects in Kutch, Gujarat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid foundation stone for three ambitious projects in Kutch, Gujarat. Projects include world’s biggest renewable energy park, sea water desalination plant and milk processing dairy plant. 
AIR correspondent reports, the Hybrid Renewable Energy Park project is one of its kind and world class, green energy project situated beyond India bridge from Khavda village to Vighakot.
It will produce 30 Giga watt solar and wind energy on a vast expanse of wasteland.
The area is controlled by the BSF and the Indian Army and civilian access is not allowed.
Green energy generating corporates from private and public sector are being given land allotment to establish solar photovoltaic panels and wind mills.
Power Grid Corporation of India would be the nodal agency to channelize electricity generated here in to power grid. 
The desalination plant at Gundiyali village near Mandvi in Kutch, will convert sea water for potable purposes for nearly 8 lakh people of 300 villages.
The plant assumes great importance for Kutch peninsula which is perennially rain-deficit and no source of fresh water.
The 130 crore rupee milk processing plant of Sarhad dairy will process 2 lakh liter of milk per day along with packaging facility.
The project is a part of Rashtriya Kisan Vikas Yojna. Tripti Srivastava, news desk.
Earlier, on arrival at Bhuj airport,  Prime Minister Modi was received by Chief Secretary Anil Mukim and local BJP leaders and later flew by helicopter to Dhordo village , situated in white desert area in Rann of Kutch. 
At Dhordo village helipad, Mr. Modi was received by Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. 


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