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On January 4, PM Modi will visit Manipur and Tripura to inaugurate and lay the foundation stone for few projects

PM Modi will start in Imphal, then go to Agartala, where he will inaugurate the Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport's New Integrated Terminal Building

On January 4, PM Modi will visit Manipur and Tripura to inaugurate and lay the foundation stone for few projects
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On Tuesday, January 4, 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Manipur and Tripura to launch and lay the foundation stone for a number of significant projects.

PM Modi will lay the foundation stone for 22 development projects worth over Rs 4800 crore in Imphal, according to the Prime Minister's Office.

He will next travel to Agartala to inaugurate the Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport's New Integrated Terminal Building as well as two significant development initiatives.

PM Modi in Manipur

In Manipur, Prime Minister Modi will lay the foundation stone for nine projects costing over Rs 2950 crores and will inaugurate 13 projects for around Rs 1850 crores. These initiatives span a variety of fields, including road infrastructure, drinking water supply, health, urban development, housing, information technology, skill development, and art and culture.

The Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone for the building of five National Highway Projects worth over Rs 1700 crore, as part of a countrywide initiative to boost connectivity. The development of these highways, which total more than 110 kilometres in length, will be a significant step toward improving the region's transportation connection.

The construction of the Steel Bridge across the Barak River on NH-37, which cost over Rs 75 crore and would improve year-round connection to Silchar from Imphal and lessen traffic congestion, is another key infrastructure project. During the programme, the Prime Minister will dedicate this steel bridge.

PM Modi will also dedicate 2,387 mobile towers erected at a cost of roughly Rs 1100 crores to the people of Manipur. This will be a significant step toward increasing the state's mobile connectivity.

The Prime Minister will dedicate the Rs 280 crore 'Water Transmission system of Thoubal Multi-purpose project,' which will provide drinking water to Imphal city; the Rs 65 crore 'Water Supply Scheme project by Water Conservation for Tamenglong Headquarters,' which will provide safe drinking water to residents of ten habitations in Tamenglong district; and the 'Augmentation of Senapati District Headquarter Water Supply,' which will provide drinking water to residents of ten habitations in Senapati district.

Prime Minister Modi will also lay the foundation stone for a 'State of the Art Cancer Hospital' in Imphal, which is expected to cost roughly Rs 160 crore on a public-private partnership basis. This cancer hospital will tremendously assist the citizens of the state by lowering out-of-pocket expenses for those who would otherwise have to go outside of the state for cancer diagnostic and treatment services.

He would also inaugurate the '200 Bedded Covid Hospital at Kiyamgei,' which was built in partnership with the DRDO at a cost of roughly Rs 37 crore to strengthen COVID-19-related infrastructure in the State.

The Integrated Command and Control Centre (ICCC), 'Development of Western Riverfront on Imphal River (Phase I)', and 'Development of Mall Road at Thangal Bazar (Phase I)' are among the three projects of the 'Imphal Smart City Mission', which have a combined cost of more than Rs 170 crore.

He will also lay the foundation stone for the state's 'Centre for Invention, Innovation, Incubation, and Training (CIIIT),' which would cost around Rs 200 crore to construct.

In Gurgaon, Haryana, the Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone for the Manipur Institute of Performing Arts. The institute will cost more than Rs 240 crore to construct and is expected to promote the country's rich art and culture.

He will then dedicate the newly renovated and reconstructed Govindajee Temple in Imphal. PM Modi will also lay the foundation stone for the Indian National Army (INA) facility in Moirang, which will commemorate the INA's pivotal role in India's independence struggle.

Under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram, the Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone for 72 projects costing more than Rs 130 crore. These initiatives will provide infrastructural assistance for minority groups' overall development in the health and education sectors.

The Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone for two projects totaling Rs. 36 crore: the 'Mega Handloom Cluster' in NongpokKakching, Imphal East District, which will benefit about 17,000 weavers, and the 'Craft and Handloom Village' in Moirang, which will assist weaving households, harness the tourism potential of Moirang and the adjoining Loktak Lake, and create jobs for the local people.

The Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone for the Government Residential Quarters in New Checkon, which will cost roughly Rs 390 crore to construct. This will be a modern housing complex with integrated homes. He will also lay the foundation stone for a ropeway project in Imphal East's IbudhouMarjing.

PM Modi will also dedicate the new Industrial Training Institute (ITI) at Kangpokpi, which is part of the Enhancing Skill Development Infrastructure (ESDI) initiative, and the Directorate of Information and Public Relations' new office facility.

PM Modi in Tripura

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit the state to inaugurate the Maharaja Bir Bikram (MBB) Airport's New Integrated Terminal Building and will launch two significant initiatives: the Mukhyamantri Tripura Gram Samriddhi Yojana and Vidyajyoti Schools' Project Mission 100.

The Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport's New Integrated Terminal Building, which cost around Rs 450 crore to construct, is a state-of-the-art structure with modern facilities and is supported by the newest IT network integrated system.

Project Mission 100 of Vidyajyoti Schools aims to improve the state's educational level by transforming 100 existing high/higher secondary schools into Vidyajyoti Schools with state-of-the-art facilities and high-quality education. The project will benefit around 1.2 lakh kids from Nursery to Class XII and will cost approximately Rs 500 crores over the next three years.

The Mukhyamantri Tripura Gram Samriddhi Yojana intends to raise the bar for service delivery in key development areas at the village level. Household tap connections, home power connections, all-weather roads, functioning toilets for every household, recommended immunisation for every kid, and engagement of women in Self-Help Groups are among the key sectors chosen for this Yojana. The initiative would incentivize villages for meeting benchmark service delivery criteria in several sectors, and it is designed to foster healthy competition among villages to improve service delivery at the grassroot level.

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