Amit Shah, minister of home and cooperation for the Indian government, will spend the next two days in his home state of Gujarat, attending events and launching projects in the cities of Devbhumi Dwarka, Ahmedabad, and Gandhinagar, according to government authorities.
On Saturday, Shah will inaugurate the National Academy of Coastal Policing’s permanent campus in the Okha area of the Devbhumi Dwarka district.
The National Academy of Coast Guard Police (NACP) opened its doors in 2018 on the grounds of the Gujarat Fisheries Research Centre, becoming the first such institution of its kind in the country.
According to a press release from the Border Security Force Gujarat Frontier, the NACP was established to “provide intensive and high-level training to the marine police of nine coastal states, five Union Territories, and the Central Police Forces.”
It is stated that between Medi and Jakhau in the Kutch district, a total of 18 coastal outposts would be built at a cost of Rs 164 crore, and that Shah will e-inaugurate five of them.