— ANI (@ANI) September 30, 2022
After the ambulance left, Modi’s motorcade resumed. This video was shared on Twitter by BJP leaders in Gujarat. This video is now viral on social media. Prime Minister Modi flagged off the Gandhinagar-Mumbai Vande Bharat Express train on the second day of his visit to Gujarat. The first phase of the Ahmedabad Metro Rail project has also started. In the evening, the Prime Minister will address a public meeting in Banaskantha district. Harati will also be performed at the famous Ambaji Temple. Meanwhile, Bengaluru (Bengaluru), also known as Silicon Valley, is experiencing severe traffic congestion. Thousands of people from home and abroad regularly visit Bangalore and the number of residents in the city is over one crore. But it is very common in Bangalore that many people are late in reaching their destination due to heavy traffic. Even if we want to go to office by bus, cab or bike, sometimes we get stuck in traffic for hours and waste all our time on the road. You might wonder why Bangalore city has a metro and why such a problem. Bangalore has metro services but not all parts of the city have that facility. Metro service only to some areas. But due to the heavy traffic in the city, many people reach office late and get scolded by their boss. But from now on you can reach offices, cities and airports within minutes without any traffic problems. Helicopter ride service will start in Bengaluru from 10th of next month. Urban air mobility company Blade India has come up with a great offer for the people of Bengaluru to beat the traffic. Blade India has announced that it will start a helicopter service between Bangalore City and Kempegowda International Airport for faster traffic-free travel. The helicopter service will start from October 10. These services are available five days a week. Blade India has announced that it will operate 2 helicopters from Hindustan Aeronautical Airport (HAL) to Bangalore International Airport. The H125 DVG Airbus helicopter can carry five to six passengers at a time between Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Airport and Bangalore Airport.
Tags: Free Ambulance, Gujarat, PM Modi, Viral video