CM Yogi Adityanath will finalize the preparations for the arrival of Pm Modi in Varanasi Final

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Geetarjuna Gautam
Updated Wed, Jul 14, 2021 5:05 PM IST

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Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will visit Varanasi this evening. He will review ongoing preparations for PM Modes. PM Modi will address a public session on July 15th at the ADV Ground, IIT BHU. He will also inaugurate the Rudraksh Convention Center. PM will worship at Kashi Vishwanath Temple and visit Vishwanath Dham. He will donate projects worth Rs 1583 crore to the residents of Kashi.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will come to Varanasi that evening.
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Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will arrive in Varanasi on Wednesday evening. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is due for a one-day visit on Thursday. He will finalize the preparations for the Prime Minister’s arrival. They will also inspect the venues and learn about safety precautions. The Chief Minister had also come to Kashi the previous Tuesday and took stock of the preparations for the Prime Minister’s arrival.Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive at Babatpur Airport around 10:30 a.m. on Thursday and fly to the BHU site in an army helicopter. Before the public session here, PM will donate projects worth Rs.1,583 billion. After the public session, the Prime Minister’s convoy will reach the MCH wing to communicate with the Corona Warriors. After that, you will arrive at the Sampurnanand Sanskrit University of Chaupar from the BHU helipad. He will also interact with the city’s enlightened people while spending more than an hour on the street after the inauguration of Rudraksh. On the other hand, the projects for the inauguration and laying of the foundation stone were completed.

Eight months later, the Prime Minister will inaugurate more than 68 projects valued at 744 billion rupees and lay the foundation for more than 65 projects valued at 839 billion rupees. Earlier, on November 30th, the Prime Minister of Dev Deepawali had come to Kashi. With a view to his visit, this time the focus was on solving the basic problems. This includes water, sewage, electricity, agriculture, education, development, health, etc.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in his parliamentary constituency of Varanasi on Thursday. He’ll stay here for about five hours. Administration and administration have been involved in the preparations for his arrival for many days. Strict security precautions have been taken. There will be security for the Prime Minister from water, land and air. The city was converted into a district.

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Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will arrive in Varanasi on Wednesday evening. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is due for a one-day visit on Thursday. He will finalize the preparations for the Prime Minister’s arrival. They will also inspect the venues and learn about safety precautions. The Chief Minister had also come to Kashi the previous Tuesday and took stock of the preparations for the Prime Minister’s arrival.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive at Babatpur Airport around 10:30 a.m. on Thursday and fly to the BHU site in an army helicopter. Before the public session here, PM will donate projects worth Rs.1,583 billion. After the public session, the Prime Minister’s convoy will reach the MCH wing to communicate with the Corona Warriors. After that, you will arrive at the Sampurnanand Sanskrit University of Chaupar from the BHU helipad. He will also interact with the city’s enlightened people while spending more than an hour on the street after the inauguration of Rudraksh. On the other hand, the projects for the inauguration and laying of the foundation stone were completed.

Eight months later, the Prime Minister will inaugurate more than 68 projects valued at 744 billion rupees and lay the foundation for more than 65 projects valued at 839 billion rupees. Earlier, on November 30th, the Prime Minister of Dev Deepawali had come to Kashi. With a view to his visit, this time the focus was on solving the basic problems. This includes water, sewage, electricity, agriculture, education, development, health, etc.

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