PM Modi Visits Varanasi What is Prime Minister Narendra going to do in Kashi, tweet information himself and say this big thing? Information tweeted said this big thing said

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Published by: Utpal Kant
Updated Wed July 14, 2021 6:56 PM IST

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is visiting his parliamentary constituency of Varanasi after about eight months, will donate projects worth 15,000 billion rupees. PM Modi shared information about his visit on Twitter on Wednesday.

PM Modi inaugurates the “Rudraksh” convention center
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit his parliamentary constituency of Varanasi on Thursday. Here he will open the International Cooperation and Congress Center “Rudraksh”, which offers an insight into the cultural richness of the ancient city of Kashi. In addition, PM Modi will inaugurate and lay the foundation for many development projects worth more than 15,000 billion rupees.A day before arriving in Varanasi, PM Modi tweeted several consecutive times about Kashi’s visit on Wednesday. He said in his tweet, “Tomorrow, July 15th, I will be in Kashi to initiate a wide range of development work valued at over 1,500 billion rupees. This work will promote “ease of life” for the people of Kashi and Purvanchal. ‘

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In another tweet, Prime Minister Modi said the main projects to be inaugurated in Kashi include multi-story parking in Godaulia, ro-ro ships for tourism development and a three-lane overpass bridge on the Varanasi-Ghazipur highway.

He said the Uttar Pradesh center and government have worked extensively in the health sector in recent years. As part of these efforts, an MCH wing with 100 beds is inaugurated in the BHU hospital. This project will make high quality health care easily accessible to the people of Kashi and the surrounding area.
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It is worth noting that the last time PM Modi came to Kashi was on Dev Deepawali’s day. Allegedly, during this visit, the Prime Minister will tour Kashi Vishwanath Temple and take stock of the progress of its construction in Kashi Vishwanath Dham. PM Modi will be in Kashi for five hours on Thursday.

Extensive security precautions were taken with a view to their arrival. There will be security for the Prime Minister from water, land and air. The city was converted into a district. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will arrive on Wednesday evening and inspect the venues.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit his parliamentary constituency of Varanasi on Thursday. Here he will open the International Cooperation and Congress Center “Rudraksh”, which offers an insight into the cultural richness of the ancient city of Kashi. At the same time, PM Modi will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone for many development projects worth more than 15,000 billion rupees.

A day before arriving in Varanasi, PM Modi tweeted several consecutive times about Kashi’s visit on Wednesday. He said in his tweet, “Tomorrow, July 15th, I will be in Kashi to initiate a wide range of development work valued at over 1,500 billion rupees. This work will promote “ease of life” for the people of Kashi and Purvanchal. ‘

Tomorrow July 15th I will be in Kashi to initiate a wide range of over Rs worth of development work. 1500 million. This work will make life easier for the people of Kashi and Poorvanchal. https://t.co/jssVnz5bVa

– Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 14, 2021 “> http: //

In another tweet, PM Modi said that I am happy to inaugurate a “Rudraksh” convention center in Varanasi. This state-of-the-art center, built with Japanese support, will make Varanasi an attractive center for conventions, attracting more tourists and business people to the city.

I am pleased to inaugurate a Rudraksh Convention Center in Varanasi. This state-of-the-art center, built with Japanese support, makes Varanasi an attractive conference destination and attracts more tourists and business people to the city. pic.twitter.com/ExoBLO6sp3

– Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 14, 2021 “> http: //

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