Ayodhya visit tomorrow: PM Modi to unveil Rs 11,100-crore projects | India News

    Ayodhya visit tomorrow: PM Modi to unveil Rs 11,100-crore projects | India News

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Saturday inaugurate and lay foundation stones of a slew of projects worth Rs 11,100 crore for Ayodhya, including the newly constructed airport terminal, a new greenfield township, a railway station and four pathways, officials said.

    According to the schedule, the Prime Minister will first inaugurate the redeveloped Ayodhya railway station and then flag off new Amrit Bharat and Vander Bharat trains at 11:15 am. Around half an hour later, he will throw open the newly constructed Ayodhya international airport.

    At 1 pm, the PM is scheduled to address a public meeting and inaugurate and lay the foundation stones of projects worth Rs 15,700 crore for the state, including Rs 11,100 crore for the development of Ayodhya.

    Also, Modi will flag off the Darbhanga-Ayodhya-Anand Vihar Terminal Amrit Bharat Express and Malda Town-M Visvesvaraya Terminus (Bengaluru) Amrit Bharat Express as well as six new Vande Bharat trains. He will also unveil other railway projects worth Rs 2,300 crore, said the officials.

    Other projects the PM will inaugurate are Rajarshi Dashrath Autonomous State Medical College, the four-lane road connecting Ayodhya-Sultanpur Road-Airport; a four-lane road till Tedhi Bazaar Shri Ram Janmabhoomi via NH-27 bypass Mahobra Bazaar, the railway overbridge at the Badi Bua crossing on Panchkosi Parikrama Marg.

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    A solid waste treatment plant at Pikhrauli village and new buildings and classrooms at Dr Brajkishore Homoeopathic College and Hospital will also be inaugurated by him. Modi will lay the foundation stone of a greenfield township worth Rs 2,180 crore and Vashishtha Kunj Residential Scheme worth Rs 300 crore. He will also lay the foundation stone for the conservation and beautification of four “historical entrance gates” in Ayodhya, new concrete ghats between Guptar Ghat and Rajghat, construction of a visitor gallery for Deepotsav and other fairs at Ram Ki Paidi; strengthening and renovation of a pilgrim pathway from Ram Ki Paidi to Raj Ghat and Raj Ghat to Ram Temple etc.

    State Excise Minister Nitin Agrawal announced the Panchkosi Parikrama Marga as liquor-free zone. The existing liquor shops are being removed from the area, said Agrawal, who met Shri Ram Janma Bhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust secretary Champat Rai in Ayodhya.

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    First uploaded on: 28-12-2023 at 19:07 IST

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