PM Modi to visit MP today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Madhya Pradesh on Saturday to attend various programmes in Indore and Rajgarh districts.

During his visit to the state ahead of the upcoming assembly elections, the Prime Minister will attend the Shehari Vikas Mahotsav in Indore.

These include houses under Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana, urban drinking water supply schemes, urban solid waste management, urban sanitation, urban transportation and urban landscape projects.

Modi will dedicate the Mohanpura Irrigation Project in Rajgarh district to the people of the state and also inaugurate several other projects, including an urban transport scheme named ‘Sutra Seva” in Indore.

He will inaugurate, remotely, several urban development projects worth over Rs 4000 crore, at various locations across the State. “The prime minister will dedicate the Mohanpura irrigation project worth Rs 3,866 crore to the people of the state. This project, which includes a dam and a canal system, would benefit 727 villages in Madhya Pradesh,” an official said.

This project will facilitate irrigation of agricultural land in the district. It will provide drinking water to villages in the area.

Modi will also launch the state government’s urban transport scheme named ‘Sutra Seva’ at Indore’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. This economical bus service – ‘Sutra Seva: MP Ki Apni Bus’ – is being introduced in 20 selected cities of the state. In the first phase of ‘Sutra Seva’, 127 buses will start plying in four municipal corporation cities – Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur and Chhindwara – and in two municipal council towns – Guna and Bhind, the official said.

As per the plan, Modi will dedicate a medium irrigation project in Mohanpura of Rajgarh. He will also inaugurate urban transport system in Indore, launching the operation of 1,600 buses between 16 cities of the state, said the officials.

This project will facilitate irrigation of agricultural land in the district. It will provide drinking water to villages in the area.

The Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of various drinking water schemes.

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