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Prime Minister Narendra Modi playing dhol with folk artists in Nagpur.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Nagpur to inaugurate development schemes, gave the opposition a mantra of victory. He said- In order to get votes, some leaders of our country are making the country hollow by running a scheme of income and expenses. People should expose such leaders. Income and expenditure of many countries of the world have been ruined due to the mischief of the rupee. I would respectfully ask such leaders who adopt short cuts to understand the importance of sustainable development. By doing permanent development instead of short cuts, you can win elections, you can win again and again.
Infrastructure is necessary for progress
PM Modi said- Today there is a double engine government in Maharashtra. It is working at a fast pace. Due to the insensitivity of the earlier governments, development works got delayed, but their cost was also huge. Giving the example of Ghosi Khurd Dam, he said – its foundation was laid 30-35 years ago. Its estimated cost was 400 crores. But the work could not be completed due to the insensitivity of the governments. The estimated expenditure of the dam has increased from 400 crores to 18 thousand crores. After the formation of the double engine government in 2017, its work accelerated. This dam has now been filled.
Gulf countries also provide employment to lakhs of people of India. Gulf countries prepared their infrastructure according to the future and kept updating it continuously. Singapore was also a normal island once upon a time. He attracted the world by developing the infrastructure.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi takes a metro ride with students after the inauguration of a metro station in Nagpur.
ride with students in metro
Modi also started Metro service in Nagpur. After the inauguration of the metro station, he took a metro ride with the students. The students also interacted with PM Modi. Earlier, he had first flagged off the Vande Bharat train from Nagpur railway station. This is the sixth Vande Bharat train of the country. This train will run between Nagpur to Raipur.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off the country’s sixth Vande Bharat Express at Nagpur railway station.
inaugurated the maharashtra prosperity highway
PM Narendra Modi on Sunday inaugurated the first phase of the 520 km long Hindu Hriday Samrat Balasaheb Thackeray Maharashtra Samridhi Mahamarg in Nagpur. Modi was welcomed here by playing drums. Modi reached among the artists and also played the dhol with them.
The first phase of the Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway has been completed. The 6-lane expressway has been named ‘Samruddhi Mahamarg’. PM Modi inaugurated the first phase of the 520 km long Samridhi Mahamarg connecting Nagpur and Shirdi. This expressway will pass through 10 districts of North Maharashtra, Vidarbha and Marathwada.
The 6-lane expressway ‘Samridhi Mahamarg’ will pass through 10 districts of northern Maharashtra, Vidarbha and Marathwada.
On completion of the second phase, the length will be 701 km. The cost is 55 thousand crore rupees. This will help in the development of 24 districts. It will be connected to Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, Ajanta-Ellora Caves, Shirdi, Verul, Lonar tourist places. It is one of the longest expressways in India. It is a big step towards realizing the dream of the Prime Minister regarding better connectivity and basic infrastructure across the country.
The target is to build a super communication expressway from Nagpur to Mumbai under the Samridhi Mahamarg Yojana.
Two metro trains flagged off in Nagpur
During PM Modi’s metro journey, a passenger in it told him about his project of plastic free bags.
The Prime Minister flagged off two metro trains – Khapri to Automotive Square (Orange Line) and Prajapati Nagar to Lokmanya Nagar (Aqua Line) at Khapri Metro Station in Nagpur. The first phase of Nagpur Metro has been built at a cost of more than Rs 8,000 crore. PM Modi also laid the foundation stone of Nagpur Metro Phase-2 built at a cost of about Rs 6700 crore.
PM Modi interacted with other passengers during his journey in the Metro. During this, the PM was seen laughing.
Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis welcomed PM Modi at Nagpur airport.
Earlier, PM reached Nagpur airport this morning. Here Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis welcomed him. Modi started projects worth 75 thousand crores in Maharashtra. After this he inaugurated AIIMS Nagpur. From here PM Modi will go to Goa, where he will inaugurate Mopa International Airport.
PM Modi will go to Goa after Nagpur
After Maharashtra, PM Modi will inaugurate the Mopa International Airport in Goa built at a cost of Rs 2,870 crore. PM Modi had laid the foundation stone of this airport in 2016. This will be the second airport in Goa. The first airport is located in Dabolim. The annual capacity of the airport in the first phase is 44 lakh passengers. Whereas on completion of the project, its total capacity will be 10 million passengers annually.
You can see some photos of Mopa Airport below…
Night parking facility will be available at Mopa airport, which is not available at Dabolim airport.
Mopa Airport will be accessible to 35 domestic and 18 international locations.
The Mopa airport will have a cargo facility with a handling capacity of 25,000 metric tonnes.
This airport has been built at a cost of about Rs 2,870 crore. Here special care has been taken for the convenience of the passengers.
Some of the best technologies have been adopted like 3D monolithic precast building, stableroad, robotic hollow precast wall, 5G compatible IT infrastructure.
This airport has been designed on the theme of basic infrastructure.
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Since the formation of PM Narendra Modi’s government in the country i.e. from the year 2014, the number of airports in the country has doubled from 74 to about 140 or more. The target of the government is to increase the number of airports in the country to more than 220 in the next 5 years so that connectivity can be strengthened not only with the country but also with foreign countries.
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