Goan Reporter News Services

 Panaji : November 12, 2016 ….. The  laying  of foundation stone ceremony of  Greenfield International Airport at Mopa , Electronic Manufacturing Cluster at Tuem  and  also Dedication of Projects of Goa shipyard Corporation Limited will be held by the Prime Minister of India Shri. Narendra Modi on 13 November at 10.45 am.

Function will be held at Dr. Shyamaprasad Stadium, Taleigao, in the distinguished presence of  Governor of Goa Dr.(Smt) Mridula Sinha, Union Defence Minister Shri. Manohar Parrikar, Chief Minister Shri. Laxmikant Parsekar , Union Minister for Law and Justice, Electronics and Information Technology Shri. Ravi Shankar Prasad, Union Minister for Civil Aviation Shri. Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati, Union Minister of state for AYUSH (Independent charge) Shri. Shripad Naik,  Union Minister of state for Civil Aviation  Shri. Jayant Sinha, Dy. Chief Minister of Goa Shri. Francis D`souza Minister for forest, Environment and Panchayat Shri. Rajendra Arlekar and Member of  Parliament (South Goa) Shri. Narendra Sawaikar.

Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi will  unveil the plaques to mark laying of foundation Stone of Mopa Airport , Electronic Manufacturing cluster at Tuem, Infrastructure for building Mine Counter Measure Vessals, and Commencement of Construction of  Five Coast Guard  Advance Offshore Patrol vessels, accompanied by Screening of films.

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and other dignitaries will addressed the gathering on the occasion.

However today Union Defence Minister Shri. Manohar Parrikar along with Chief Minister Shri. Laxmikant Parsekar reviewed the preparedness of function, to be  held on November 13, 2016. Chief Minister Laxmikant  Parsekar expressed happiness over Prime Minister`s visit to Goa. He opined that projects would be started by Prime Minister will  contribute largely in economical growth of the state. Chief Secretary R.K.Srivastava and other senior officers were present during the visit.


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