steamer service: PM Modi launches projects worth Rs 2,413 crore in Varanasi With the financial and technical support of the World Bank, this terminal, which is being constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 5369.18 crore, can also make the movement of large vessels of 1500 to 2000 tonnes.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the country’s first multi-modal terminal on Monday in his parliamentary constituency Varanasi. PM Modi inspected the multi-modal terminal built on the Ganga. On this occasion UP CM Yogi Adityanath and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari were also present. PM Modi gave Rs 2413 crore worth of projects to Kashi.
PM says – dream of country
Later addressing the public meeting, PM Modi said that Varanasi and the country are witness to the work of development, which should have been decades ago. PM Modi said that the dream which the country had dreamed of today has come true. He said that the project involving road connecting the city from Babappur Airport, ring road, connectivity projects, project related to underground wiring of electricity, release of many projects which strengthen the efforts to free the pollution of mother Ganga and laid the foundation stone. has gone.
The Prime Minister said that when we had proposed to trade on the Haldia Ghat through the water route, then my joke was made, but today when the container came here from Kolkata, all the mouths have been closed.
Resolve the life of the rivers taken by the government(steamer service )
Narendra Modi said that the road connecting Babtapur Airport with the city costing Rs 800 crore has not only widened, but has started attracting tourists from India and abroad. He said that in the last 4 years, modern infrastructure has evolved with speed. In the remote places, the new airport is reaching the train for the first time in remote areas of Northeast. He said that our government has taken the resolution of the life of rivers also.
Villages on the banks of the Ganges
PM Modi said that under the Namami Ganga Mission, projects of 23 thousand crore rupees have been approved so far. Nearly all villages of the Ganges have now become free from defecation in the open. These projects are part of our resolve to make Ganga uninterrupted, from Gangotri to Gangasagar.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated the Chhath Chhath of faith, purity. He said that this time my fortune was that I got an opportunity to visit Baba Kedarnath on Deepawali. Now there is an opportunity to take blessings in the city of Baba Vishwanath. He said that for Kashi, this day of today is historic for entire India.
12 km road show
After this, PM will also make road shows for about 12 kms from Babatpur to Wajidpur Jan Sansthan site. After addressing the public meeting here, PM Modi will go to the airport via Wajidpur Harhua Flyover which was not yet open to the general public. PM Modi today announced the release of 10 projects and laid the foundation for 7 projects.
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