PM Modi in Rajasthan on Wednesday, to launch projects worth Rs 5,500 cr
New Delhi/Jaipur, May 9 (PTI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate development projects worth Rs 5,500 crore in Rajasthan on Wednesday.
A BJP spokesperson in Jaipur said the prime minister would also address a public meeting organized by the party at Abu Road in Sirohi district.
The focus of the projects launched by the Prime Minister will be on improving infrastructure and connectivity in the region, with road and railway works facilitating the movement of goods and services, promoting trade and commerce and uplifting the community. Economic conditions of the people in the region.
Among the projects, Modi will lay the foundation stone for road construction projects to upgrade Rajsamand and Udaipur to dual carriageway and rehabilitate Udaipur railway station.
He will also lay the foundation stone for gauge conversion project and laying of new line from Nathwara to Nathwara town in Rajsamand.
Modi will inaugurate three national highway projects including 114-km six-laning of NH-48 from Udaipur to Shamlaji, widening of 110-km stretch and strengthening of the Bar-Philara-Jodhpur section of NH-25 to 4-lane with paved shoulder. 47 km long dual carriageway along the shoulder of NH 58E.
The Prime Minister will also visit the Shantivan campus of Brahma Kumaris, a religious organization.
The PMO noted that the Prime Minister’s special focus was on encouraging spiritual rejuvenation across the country.
He will also lay foundation stones for a super specialty Charitable Global Hospital, Phase II of Shivamani Nursing Home and expansion of Nursing College. The hospital will be set up on an area of 50 acres on Abu Road. It said it would provide world-class medical facilities and be especially beneficial to the poor and tribal people of the region. PTI KR/SDA DV DV