Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Bihar’s Barauni laid the foundation stone for the Patna Metro Rail Project and other projects worth Rs 33000 crore. The prime minister was joined by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. PM Modi then headed to Jharkhand where he laid the foundation stone for hospitals in Hazaribagh, Dumka and Palamau and inaugurated a host of development schemes.
In Hazaribagh, the prime minister also inaugurated the newly constructed building at the Women’s Engineering College in Ramgarh district and one rural water supply scheme for Ramgarh and three for Hazaribagh besides a sewage treatment plant and ‘Madhusudan Ghat’ under Namami Gange – National Mission for Clean Ganga programme.
The prime minister laid the foundation stone for 2,718 piped water supply schemes for the tribal community and a tribal studies centre at the Hazaribagh-based Acharya Vinoba Bhave University.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Bihar. SEE HIGHLIGHTS.
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PM Modi inaugurated medical college buildings in Jharkhand
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PM Modi paid his tributes to martyred jawan Vijay Soren, saying, "I pay my tributes to the brave son of the country, Vijay Soren. I bow to his family in Gumla. His children are facing this situation very bravely right now."
PM Modi pays tribute to Pulwama martyrs from Bihar
PM Modi paid tributes to two jawans from the state who died in the Pulwama attack, he said, "I salute and pay my tributes to Sanjay Kumar Sinha and Ratan Kumar Thakur. To the people who have gathered here, I would like to say the fire that is raging in your bosoms, is in my heart too."
Othe projects inaugurated by PM Modi in Barauni
The PM also inaugurated the electrification of railway lines on many sectors and flagged off the Ranchi-Patna AC Weekly Express. The first phase of river front development at Patna was inaugurated and the foundation stone for the Karmalichak sewerage network, spanning 96.54 km was also laid today.
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PM Modi pays tribute to martyrs of Pulwama attack in Barauni
I pay my tributes to martyr Constable Sanjay Kumar Sinha from Patna and Bhagalpur's martyr Ratan Kumar Thakur who sacrificed their lives for the country. I express my sympathies with their families. I can feel the anguish in your hearts, I am as pained as you: PM Modi in Barauni
PM Modi inaugurates projects worth Rs 33000 crore in Barauni today
PM Narendra Modi will also lay the foundation stone for projects like the expansion of Barauni refinery, expansion of Paradip-Haldia-Durgapur LPG pipeline up to Patna and Muzaffarpur, establishment of a medical college at Chhapra, among projects worth Rs 33,000 crore for the state in Barauni.
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PM Modi dedicated the metro corridor to the people of Patna. The metro rail will provide an alternate mode of conveyance to as many as 26.23 lakh people. The central government also released the Patna metro proposed route map and other details.
Bihar is set for its first Metro rail project in Patna
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