PM Modi To Launch Projects Worth Rs 1,780 Crore In Varanasi
India is the third country in the world to have a ropeway for public transport.India is the third country in the world to have a ropeway for public transport.
Modi will lay the cornerstone for India’s first and third public transportation ropeway and unveil development initiatives worth Rs 1,780 crore.
The nation’s first public transportation ropeway will be functional between Godaulia and Varanasi Cantt.
People will be able to use the ropeway once the project is complete to travel to Godaulia, Kashi Vishwanath Temple, and Dashashwamedh Ghat. They wouldn’t have to deal with traffic on the roads thanks to this service.
At a cost of Rs 645 crore, the ropeway project will connect Godowlia to Varanasi Cantt station. With five stations and a 3.75 km route, the ropeway system will make it easier for Varanasi residents, pilgrims, and visitors to move around and travel.
Devotees traveling to the Kashi Vishwanath Corridor will find it easier with the construction of the ropeway.
After Bolivia and Mexico City, Anurag Tripathi, project director for National Highways Logistics Pvt Ltd, predicted that India would be the third nation in the world to have a ropeway for public transportation.
PM Modi will speak at the “One World TB Summit” and announce a number of initiatives, such as the TB-free panchayat initiative, the formal nationwide implementation of a shorterTPT is a family-centric care model for TB prevention.
The Prime Minister will also announce the TB Report for India for 2023 on Friday. PM Modi to dedicate projects worth Rs 1,780 crore at Sampurnanand Sanskrit University.
At Bhagwanpur, one of these facilities treats sewage at a 55 MLD capacity.
This will be carried out as part of the Namami Ganga Scheme, the development of which will cost more than Rs 300 crore, according to PTI.
The Prime Minister will lay the cornerstone for Phases 2 and 3 of the Sigra Stadium’s redevelopment project as part of the Khelo India Scheme.
Additionally, he will dedicate 19 drinking water programs under the Jal Jeevan Mission for the benefit of over three lakh residents in roughly 63 panchayats.
He will also lay the cornerstone for 59 drinking water schemes that are part of the mission, which will help to strengthen the rural drinking water system even more.
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