During a roadshow in Nashik, Maharashtra, Prime Minister Narendra Modi offered prayers at Ramkund and carried out pooja at Shree Kalaram Mandir. Here, he is expected to kick off the National Youth Festival. PM Modi was joined on his roadshow by several BJP leaders, including Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, deputy chief ministers. Devendra Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar, and others. The roadshows began at Hotel Mirchi Chowk. To welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi, thousands of people flocked to the roadshow route. Performances by a range of performers, including special groups like the renowned “Nashik Dhol ” and tribal, took place during the occasion.
After traveling over two kilometers, the roadshow came to an end at Sant Janardan Swami Mharaj Chowk, lasting approximately 35 minutes. After the roadshow, Modi traveled to Ramkund, which is situated on the banks of the Godavari River. There, Nashik Purohit Sangh president Satish Shukla offered him a customary “pagdi.” There, the PM gave “Jal Pujan” and Aarti performances. He also met Tushar Bhosle of the BJP’s spiritual cell, Swami Samvidnanda Saraswati of Kailas Math in Nashik, and Annasaheb More, chief of Akhil Bharatiya Swami Samarth Gurukul Peeth. Afterward, he prayed at the well-known Kalaram temple in the Panchvati region, which is devoted to Lord Ram. The temple is also a well-known Kalaram temple in the Panchvati region, which is devoted to Lord Ram. The temple is also known for B.R. Ambedkar’s March 2, 1930, protest, which demanded that Salits be allowed entry into the shrine.
Modi is currently in Maharashtra for a daylong visit. While there, he will open the 27th National Youth Festival in Nashik and introduce development initiatives in the state valued at over Rs 30,000 crore. PM Modi will officially open the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Sewee-Nhava Atal Setu Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL), which was built at a cost of more than Rs 17,840 crore. After the inauguration, PM Modi will also address a public gathering in Navi Mumbai.
Following the opening of the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL), also known as Atal Stu, Prime Minister Modi laid the cornerstone for an underground road tunnel that will connect Mumbai’s Marine Drive to the Eastern Freeway’s Orange Gate. After inaugurating several development projects in Navi Mumbai, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to a public assembly. According to Modi, the Stal Setu Trans Harbour Link demonstrated India’s infrastructure prowess and progress toward becoming a developed country. He said that in the previous ten years he has seen the dreams come true for the country.