On March 1–2, PM Modi will travel to West Bengal, Bihar, and Jharkhand

NewsOn March 1–2, PM Modi will travel to West Bengal, Bihar, and...


During his two-day visit to Jharkhand, West Bengal, and Bihar on March 1 and 2, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will officially open and lay the foundation stone for a number of development projects, including those pertaining to power, rail, and roads. Around 11:00 on Friday, PM Modi will arrive in Sindri, Dhanbad, and Jharkhand. He will take part in a public event to officially launch, dedicate, and lay the cornerstone for several development projects in Jharkhand valued at Rs 35,700 crore.

 The PM will officially open three new trains, which is expected to significantly boost the state’s railway industry.

The reopened Sindri fertilizer plant in Jharkhand, which is run by Hindustan Urvarak and Rasayan Limited, will also be dedicated by PM Modi on Friday. 

 According to a ministry release, Jharkhand Governor C. P. Radhakrishnan, Chief Minister Champai Soren, and Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers Mansukh Mandaviya will be in attendance at the function. In addition, he will dedicate the country to the North Karanpura Super Thermal Power Project in the Chatra district of Jharkhand.

On Friday afternoon, the PM is expected to arrive in West Bengal. PM Modi is scheduled to remain at the Raj Bhavan in Kolkata.

Later on, he is scheduled to speak at a public assembly in the Hooghly district’s Arambagh and dedicate projects valued at Rs 7,200 crore. In addition, he will dedicate himself to the country and lay the cornerstone for several infrastructure-enhancement projects at Kolkata’s Syama Prasad Mookerjee Port, which will collectively cost approximately Rs 1000 crore. According to the official release, the new projects at the port will significantly increase productivity by assisting in quicker and safer cargo handling and evacuation.

Essential rail projects worth roughly Rs 2680 crore are among the other projects that will be inaugurated. He is scheduled to visit the Nadia district on Saturday in order to deliver a speech to the public and officially open projects worth Rs 15,000 crore in Krishnanagar.

According to an official release from the PMO, he is expected to lay the foundation for and officially open a number of development projects totaling Rs 22,000 crore in the state. The BJP president of West Bengal, Sukanta Majumdar, announced that the PM will visit the state again on March 6 to speak at a rally in Barasat, North 24 Parganas.

The Prime Minister is scheduled to officially open, dedicate, and lay the foundation stone for several development projects valued at Rs 21,400 crore in Aurangabad, Bihar, on Saturday afternoon.

Additionally, Modi will lay the foundation stone for the six-lane Ganga bridge that will be built as a component of the Patna Ring Road. One of the nation’s longest river bridges will be this one. After that, Modi will travel to Begusarai to officially open several oil and gas sector initiatives that will cost the nation approximately Rs 1.48 lakh crore. According to the PMO, the projects are dispersed throughout the nation in the KG Basin, Bihar, Haryana, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, and Karnataka.

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