Longest sea bridge Atal Setu inaugurated by PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday inaugurated Atal Seru, the longest sea bridge in India that connects south Mumbai with Nhava sheva .The 22-km long bridge will reduce the distance from Mumbai to Pune and Goa.

Inaugurating the sea bridge,Modi said that the project was pending for several years under the UPA regime but BJP Government accelerated it’s process, he emphasised. “Modi’s guarantee begins where the expectation from others ends,”he said.
Reminding the people regarding his guarantee, the Prime Minister said that they have kept their promises. “I laid the foundation for the Atal Setu on 24 December 2016 and vowed that Bharat will change and grow, and that’s what is happening today,” Modi added.

Modi slammed the previous governments for slow pace of progress on various development projects in the country. Without taking the names he blamed the previous governments for not taking development of India seriously. He said the previous governments’ interest was to protect the interest of their family members.

Coming down heavily on the previous government, Modi said that his Government has  developed infrastructure in the country with Niyat aur Nishtha (good “intention” and “dedication”) for the people of India.