Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be going to visit 4 states from 7 July to 8 July to launch a number of infrastructure projects. On July 7, he will travel to Uttar Pradesh and Chattishgarh; on July 8, he will travel to Telangana and Rajasthan. He will also go to Gita Press Gorakhpur’s 100th-anniversary celebration, which recently received the Gandhi Peace Prize. PM Modi will dedicate and lay the cornerstone for a number of construction projects totalling roughly Rs 6,400 crore in Raipur. The opening of five National Highway projects is part of this, including the 33 km portion of the Jabalpur–Jagdalpur National Highway that will be 4-laned. This will improve connectivity and increase tourism in the area.
National Highway will improve connectivity and increase tourism in the area
He will also lay the foundations for three National Highway projects for the 6-lane Greenfield Raipur-Visakhapatnam route in Chattisgarh. PM Modi will attend the Gita Press Gorakhpur’s centenary celebration’s closing event in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh. Additionally, he will signal the departure of the Jodhpur-Ahmedabad (Sabarmati) Vande Bharat Express and the Gorakhpur-Lucknow Vande Bharat Express, both Vande Bharat trains. PM Modi will also lay the cornerstone for the renovation of the Gorakhpur (GKP) Railway Station.
PM Modi will also lay the cornerstone for the renovation of the Gorakhpur (GKP) Railway Station
PM Modi will dedicate and open a number of construction projects totalling more than Rs 12,100 crore in Varanasi. This includes the opening of the Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya Junction–Son Nagar railway line of the Dedicated Freight Corridor and the extension of NH-56 from Varanasi to Jaunpur to four lanes, which will facilitate and speed up travel from Varanasi to Lucknow. The Harishchandra and Manikarnika Ghats’ reconstruction will also have a foundation stone laid by him. Additionally, PM Modi will travel to Warangal, Telangana, where he will formally lay the cornerstone for a number of infrastructure development projects for the construction of rail and roads totalling about Rs 6100 crore.