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Gandhidham (Gujarat)


Source: Krishi Jagran

Union Home Minister and Minister of Cooperation, Amit Shah, inaugurated the IFFCO Nano DAP (Liquid) Plant in Gandhidham, Gujarat, highlighting its significance in achieving the nation’s agricultural prosperity.

The plant, funded by IFFCO’s equity, aims to reduce urea imports and achieve self-sufficiency while promoting environmental sustainability.

Gandhidham, initially known as Sardarganj, is the largest and most populous city in Kutch District, Gujarat. It was created in the early 1950s for the resettlement of Sindhi Hindu refugees from Sindh in the aftermath of the partition of India. It was named after M.K. Gandhi.