Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the new Circuit House near Somnath Temple in Gujarat at 11
The inauguration will be followed by the Prime Minister’s speech on the occasion, the Prime Minister’s Office announced on Thursday.
The Somnath temple is visited every year by thousands of devotees from India and abroad. The need for the new Circuit House arose because the existing government facility was located far from the temple. The new Circuit House was built at a cost of over Rs 30 crore and is located near the Temple of Somnath, the PMO said.
It is equipped with first-class facilities including suites, VIP and deluxe rooms, conference hall, auditorium hall, etc. The landscaping has been done in such a way that a sea view is available from every room, he added.
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