Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go to Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh on Monday and inaugurate and lay the inspiration stone of varied initiatives value about Rs 19,260 crore within the state.
With an intention to spice up connectivity throughout the nation, the prime minister will dedicate to the nation the Delhi-Vadodara Expressway, which has been developed at a price of about Rs 11,895 crore, an official mentioned.
Besides, he may even lay the inspiration stone for 5 totally different street initiatives value over Rs 1,880 crore.
The meeting polls in MP are due this year-end.
In line with the imaginative and prescient that everybody has a home of 1’s personal, the ‘Grih Pravesh’ of over 2.2 lakh homes constructed underneath PMAY – Gramin may even be initiated by the PM.
He may even dedicate homes constructed underneath PMAY – Urban at a price of round Rs 140 crore, the official mentioned.
One of the important thing focus areas of the federal government is to supply protected and ample ingesting water to all households within the nation.
Furthering this intention, Modi will lay the inspiration stone of Jal Jeevan Mission initiatives value over Rs 1,530 crore in Gwalior and Sheopur districts.
These initiatives will collectively profit greater than 720 villages of the area.
In a step that may additional enhance the well being infrastructure, the prime minister will lay the inspiration stone of 9 well being centres underneath the Ayushman Bharat Health Infrastructure Mission. They might be developed at a price of greater than Rs 150 crore, the official mentioned.
Besides, the prime minister may even dedicate the tutorial constructing of IIT Indore and lay the inspiration stone for the hostel and different buildings on the campus.
PM Modi may even lay the inspiration stone of Multi-Modal Logistics Park at Indore.
He may even dedicate varied initiatives together with the Integrated Industrial Township in Ujjain, IOCL bottling plant, Atal Bihari Vajpayee Divyang Sports Training Centre at Gwalior and gauge conversion of 38-km-long Gwalior-Sumaoli railway line, amongst others, the official added.