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PM Modi visits Varanasi to inaugurate several projects for UP quick development

PM Modi visits Varanasi to inaugurate several projects for UP quick development
Written by Pallavi Parmar

PM Modi on a two-day visit in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh after winning UP elections. The Prime MInister Narendra Modi of India reached his Lok Sabha constituency for the two-day visit to inaugurate several projects of railways, financial inclusion, sanitation and infrastructure. He also flagged off the Mahamana Express train that connects Varanasi to Vadodara with Surat, Gujarat. After having a huge victory in Uttar Pradesh in March where BJP grossed total 312 seats out of 403 seats, now Modi visited Uttar Pradesh to inaugurate some projects that enhance the living and financial condition of the UP people.

The main highlights of his visit are to launch Mahamana Express that runs between Varanasi to Vadodara on the weekly basis. PM Modi started his visit with a trade facilitation centre for the handicrafts at Bada Lalpur called as Deendayal Hastkala Sankul after the ideologue of RSS Deendayal Upadhyaya. The centre has confirmed with a convention hall to give the city’s weavers and artisans a marketing platform. Along with these projects, PM Modi will also inaugurate around seventeen infrastructure projects including the Balua Ghat bridge, Ramnagar-Samne Ghat bridge and the six projects of lay the foundation that includes Ramna Sewage Treatment Plant to make Ganga clean.

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Pallavi Parmar

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