Modi in Kashmir: Modi visits  Bakshi stadium in Srinagar.

NewsModi in Kashmir: Modi visits  Bakshi stadium in Srinagar.


For the first time since Article 370 was repealed, PM Modi will travel to Srinagar to inaugurate projects in the tourism and agriculture sectors valued at more than Rs 6400 crore. Today marks the first visit to Srinagar by PM Modi since the repeal of Article 370, which granted Jammu and Kashmir special status. He will dedicate the Rs 5000 crore Holistic Agriculture Development Program to strengthen agribusiness in the Union territory during the Viksit Bharat Viksit Jammu Kashmir event at Bakshi Stadium. Additionally, the PM is scheduled to introduce tourism-related projects valued at over Rs 1400 crore, such as the integrated development of Hazratbal Shrine in Srinagar.

During the event programs like the Dekho apnaa desh people’s Choice tourist destination poll, the first-ever nationwide effort to gauge the nation’s tourism mood and the Chalo India Global Diaspora Campaign, which aims to encourage Indians living abroad to serve as Incredible India ambassadors and promote travel to India, will be unveiled.

Know about Modi’s visit to Kashmir as follows:

  1. The national tricolor is flown over Bakshi Stadium in Srinagar on the occasion of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit for the Viksit Bharat Viksit Jammu Kashmir initiative. While security personnel have increased foot patrols within a two-kilometer radius of the event, CCTV and drone cameras are being used for surveillance.
  2. In order to guarantee the safety and orderly execution of a high-profile event, board exams that were scheduled for Thursday have been postponed, and schools along the route have been closed. During this time, Srinagar has been declared a temporary red zone for drone operations.
  3. To stop any subjective activity using the Jhelum River and Dal Lake, marine commandos have been stationed there. For PM Modi’s first unite in the Valley since Article 370 was repealed in 2019, BJP leaders have stated that they anticipate approximately one lakh people attending. Many from all over Jammu and Kashmir are anticipated to attend the rally. At a meeting last week, party leaders reviewed operations, directing various departments to complete tasks and pushing for mobilization initiatives.
  4. Omar Abdhulla, the leader of the National Conference, has blasted the Jammu and Kashmir government for supposedly pressuring officials to go to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally in Srinagar. Abdhulla asserted that, under threat of disciplinary action, thousands of workers were forced to assemble before dawn and transported to the location. He claimed that attendees were not there voluntarily and accused the government of being at the location. He claims that attendees were not there voluntarily and accused the government of staging the gathering to create the appearance of support for the BJP.
  5. Prior to his visit to the Kashmir Valley, Imran Aziz, a young singer from the Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir, wrote a song praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The three-minute song praises the action of PM Modi and his administration, particularly the repeal of Article 370.

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