PM Modi in Bengal, Assam LIVE updates: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is about to go to Assam and West Bengal Sunday and can inaugurate plenty of infrastructural initiatives within the two poll-bound states. In keeping with the schedule launched by the BJP, PM Modi will arrive in Assam at 11:45 AM, the place he will lay the inspiration stone of two hospitals and launch ‘Asom Mala’, a programme for state highways and main district roads in Dhekiajuli, Sonitpur district.
This can mark PM Modi’s second go to to the 2 states within the final two weeks, because the BJP ramps up its campaigning efforts forward of the upcoming Meeting election.
Throughout his go to to West Bengal at four pm in the present day, Prime Minister Modi is slated to handle a public rally in Haldia. He can even lay basis stones for “key infrastructure initiatives”. PM Modi will inaugurate a liquefied petroleum fuel (LPG) import terminal, constructed by Bharat Petroleum at an funding of round Rs 1,100 crore and has a capability of 1 million metric tonne each year.
“It’ll cater to the rising requirement of LPG in West Bengal and different states in jap and north-eastern India and is a crucial step in the direction of realising the imaginative and prescient of the Prime Minister to supply clear cooking LPG to each family,” the Prime Minister’s workplace stated.
PM Modi in Bengal, Assam LIVE updates: PM Modi to reach in Assam at 11:45 AM. That is Modi’s 2nd journey to West Bengal, Assam in two weeks
PM Narendra Modi can be set to open the 348-km Dobhi-Durgapur pure fuel pipeline part, which is a part of the Pradhan Mantri Urja Ganga Undertaking. It marks an necessary milestone in the direction of attaining ‘one nation, one fuel grid’ challenge of the federal government, the PMO stated.
Other than this, he’s slated to put the inspiration stone of the second Catalytic-Iso-dewaxing unit of the Haldia refinery of the Indian Oil Company. With a capability of 270 thousand metric tonnes per 12 months, the unit is anticipated to lead to a saving of about $185 million in international trade.
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