Prime Minister Narendra Modi today address the public in Madhya Pradesh on a day’s visit today and will unveil a long number of development projects for the state. Today PM Modi will be in Rajgarh where he will dedicate the Mohanpura Dam Project to the nation. This project can facilitate irrigation of agricultural land and will provide drinking water to villages in the area. Apart from that, he will address a public meeting in Rajgarh to put the foundation stone of various drinking water schemes and inspect an exhibition on development projects in Rajgarh.
The Prime Minister will arrive in Indore where he will attend the Madhya Pradesh Shehari Vikas Mahotsav and remotely inaugurate various urban development projects worth rupees 4000 crores, at various locations across the State. These include urban drinking water supply schemes, houses under Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana, urban sanitation, Urban solid waste management, Urban transportation and urban landscape projects.
During the programme, PM will also distribute the Swachh Survekshan-2018 Awards, and will also launch the Swachh Survekshan-2018 results dashboard. Top-10 best performing States and Cleanest cities will receive awards from Prime Minister Modi. One Swachh Best Practice, One Swachh Innovation, and one Swachh Entrepreneur will also receive the award from the Prime Minister.
Locals in Indore are enthusiastic on the eve of the PM’s visit and proud that their city has won the distinction of being the cleanest city in India for the second time in a row. The Prime Minister has regularly underscored the importance of states in India’s development journey. He also monitors the progress being made by states in implementing various developmental schemes in a bid to inject momentum and clear bottlenecks in the way of achieving desired outcomes. While PM Modi’s visit to the Madhya Pradesh would shower enormous development benefits on it, it could help another purpose too, of encouraging other states to compete with Madhya Pradesh in development scenario.
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