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PM Modi to inaugurate and lay foundation stone of various development projects worth over Rs 16,000 crore in Jharkhand's Deoghar

These projects will boost infrastructure development, enhance connectivity

PM Modi to inaugurate and lay foundation stone of various development projects worth over Rs 16,000 crore in Jharkhands Deoghar
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate and lay foundation stone of various development projects worth over 16 thousand crore rupees at Deoghar in Jharkhand today.

These projects will boost infrastructure development, enhance connectivity and give an impetus to ease of living in the region.

It will also help significantly improving socio-economic prosperity in the region. The Prime Minister will inaugurate the Deoghar Airport to provide direct connectivity to Baba Baidyanath Dham, which is an important religious destination for devotees from all over the country.

It has been constructed at an estimated cost of around 400 crore rupees. Mr Modi will perform Darshan and Pooja at Baba Baidyanath temple which is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas.

In a series of tweets, Prime Minister said that laying of foundation stone of several infrastructure projects in Deoghar will enhance commerce and connectivity. Mr. Modi said, the local economy will also get a boost due to these works.

He said, In-Patient Department and Operation Theatre services at AIIMS, Deoghar will be inaugurated in line with government's commitment to providing top-quality health care services.

He said, a development project at the Baidyanath Dham would be inaugurated which would boost spiritual tourism.

Sources reports that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will today inaugurate the Deoghar International Airport built under the UDAN scheme with a cost of Rs 401 crores.

With the inauguration of Deoghar airport ahead of the world-famous Shravani Mela beginning on July 14, it will provide a direct air connectivity facility for devotees and tourists to offer prayers at Baba Baidyanathdham temple.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today will also lay the foundation stone and inaugurate development schemes worth more than Rs 16,835 crore from Deoghar during his visit to Jharkhand tour.

Redevelopment of Baba Baidyanathdham temple area, Jalsar lake, and Shivaganga pond with a cost of Rs 39 crore approved under the Prasad scheme of the Ministry of Tourism and 250-bed hospital of Deoghar AIIMS IPD, Ayush Block and Operation theater are among these schemes.

Apart from this, Prime Minister will virtually inaugurate 13 new road highway projects, redevelopment of Ranchi railway terminal, and natural gas pipeline project.

Centre and State Government have completed all the preparations ahead of Prime Minister's visit. Jharkhand Governor Ramesh Bais, Chief Minister Hemant Soren, Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, Godda MP Nishikant Dubey, and many ministers, and MPs, will attend the event.

In the evening, the Prime Minister will address the Concluding Ceremony of Centenary Celebrations of Bihar Legislative Assembly in Patna.

He will inaugurate Shatabdi Smriti Stambh which has been built to commemorate 100 years of Bihar Vidhan Sabha. Mr Modi will also lay the foundation stone of Vidhan Sabha Museum.

Sources reports that Narendra Modi is the first Prime Minister of the country who is attending a function of the Bihar state legislature.

PM Modi will inaugurate 40 feet high Shatabdi Smrit which has been built to commemorate 100 years of Bihar Vidhan Sabha.

Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of Vidhan Sabha digital museum. Different galleries in the museum will demonstrate the history of democracy in Bihar and the evolution of the current civic structure.

It will also have a Conference Hall with a capacity of more than 250 people. Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of Vidhan Sabha guest house on the occasion.

Mr. Modi will plant a sapling of Kalpataru in a centenary memorial garden. The Prime Minister will also release a book detailing the 100-year legislative journey of the Bihar assembly.

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