Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi visited Bangalore, Karnataka to inaugurate the INR 27000 Crore infrastructure project.
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi earlier this week visited Kommaghatta in Bangalore to inaugurate the various road and rail infrastructure projects which roughly cost INR 27000 Crore. This might be a milestone occasion as it would mean better connectivity between states and different cities. Connectivity has been an issue for smaller cities in India to be connected with other small as well as big cities. This inauguration also meant that people from other cities were able to reach these cities via a faster route. At first, the Prime Minister inaugurated the Centre for Brain Research at the Indian Institute of Science campus which cost around 280 Crore. In order to provide evidence-based public health strategies for the management of age-related brain illnesses, the CBR was created as a one-of-a-kind research centre. The foundation stone for the 832 bedded Bagchi Parthasarathy Multispeciality Hospital was also inaugurated by Prime Minister Modi during the event.
Prime Minister Narinder Modi innaugrating the different infrastructure projects
There were a lot of important people who attended this event and were there to witness Prime Minister Modi inaugurate various infrastructure projects. Karnataka Governor Thaawarchand Gehlot, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, Union Minister Pralhad Joshi, co-founder of IT major Infosys S Gopalakrishnan, and family were among those present at the event. The Prime Minister had a busy day in Karnataka as he had to head to inaugurate a new campus named after Dr B.R Ambedkar which is the Dr B.R Ambedkar School of Economics. Additionally, the state would receive 50 tech centres. With the cooperation of numerous industrial partners, the “Technology Hubs” in Karnataka were created by revamping Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) at a cost of more than 4600 crores.
Such infrastructure projects will reduce the connectivity issue that small city people face
The Prime Minister in the evening travelled to Mysore to inaugurate a few other projects and would then attend an event to end off the day. This certainly proved to be a milestone day for the country as connectivity within cities and states has been increased through more railway stations as well as other road transport ways. Other inaugurations included a school for economics as well as technology hubs around the state.