Gujarat to get a new Tourist spot, PM Modi will soon welcome visitors

Do you remember the tea stall in Gujarat’s Vadnagar where Prime Minister Narendra Modi used to sell tea during his younger days in his career? The spot will now be converted into a tourist spot. Yes, Gujarat’s tourism minister has planned to do something big as he is already working to revamp the place and to make it as the centre of attraction.

State Tourism Minister Prahlad Singh Patel had recently visited PM Modi’s hometown, Vadnagar, and had also identified places there which can be developed in a bid to promote tourism in the town, as reported by news agency ANI.

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While on tour, he came to a big decision, that they will maintain the tea stall after turning it into a tourist spot.

The tea stall is now located on the railway station platform in Vadnagar.

In the year 2017, officials of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) visited the town.

“Apart from being the birthplace of our PM, Vadnagar is an important historical centre having famous Sharmishta Lake and a step-well. The ASI had recently found remains of a Buddhist Monastery during excavation, which is still going on,” Union Culture Mahesh Sharma said.