Gandhinagar: After registering a landslide victory in Gujarat assembly polls, Chief Minister Narendra Modi is likely to begin his new innings from a newly built bullet-proof office on which a hefty sum of Rs 150 crore has been spent.

Modi is likely to shift to the new office in Gandhinagar by mid-January or early February. The office complex has been officially named- Panchamrut which has been built in less than a year.

Windows and doors of the office complex have been made of bullet proof glasses. The centrally air-conditioned building has a special room for cabinet meetings and will be constantly under CCTV surveillance.

The Chief Minister’s office is directly connected with the first floor of the state assembly from where the CM and ministers can enter the assembly hall.

The four-storied building, spread in 35,000 sq ft area, has been built by the roads and buildings (R&B) department and designed by a noted Ahmedabad architect, who has also designed the Gujarat High Court complex and Amul dairy building complex.

Currently, Modi's office is located on the fifth floor of block No.1 at Sachivalaya building.

(JPN/Bureau)

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