PM Modi to arrive Varanasi Today; To inaugurate widened Highway stretch
On the occasion of Devdeepawali, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reaching his Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi today. Along with him, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will also attend all these programs.
New Delhi: On the occasion of Devdeepawali, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reaching his Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi today. He will be joined by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in all these programs. During this time, Prime Minister Modi will lay the foundation stone and inaugurate many schemes.
During the Corona, Modi also inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of various projects worth Rs. 614 crore in Varanasi through the same month.
Complete schedule of PM Modi:
During his visit to Varanasi, Prime Minister Modi will dedicate 6-lane widening work of Handia-Raja Talab section of National Highway No-2 to the nation.
The 6-lane widening of the Handia-Raja Talab road is a very important project, which connects the two oldest and sacred cities - Prayag (Prayagraj) and Kashi (Varanasi). This highway is also a major part of the Golden Quadrilateral Project-1 (Delhi-Kolkata corridor).
PM Modi in Varanasi:
The journey between Prayagraj to Varanasi took about three and a half hours. After the completion of this project, the journey from Prayagraj to Varanasi will take only one and a half hours. The cost of this project is Rs. 2,447 crores.
Modi will also visit the Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple Dham project site. He will then attend the 'Dev Deepawali' festival held at Rajghat, Varanasi and will also watch the laser show. The Prime Minister will also visit the Light and Sound Show at the Sarnath Archaeological Complex.
Varanasi has been developed through projects worth more than Rs 18,000 crore in the last nearly six and a half years. In about six and a half years, unprecedented work has been done to strengthen the health infrastructure in Varanasi.
Varanasi is becoming a hub of health facilities for the entire Purvanchal. His Majesty Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya Cancer Center of Kashi Hindu University and Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital in Lahartara are serving the public. Super Specialty Hospital at BHU has become a 150-bed Super Specialty ESIC Hospital.