PM Modi will begin rail construction in Jharkhand and turn on the Dibrugarh service.

At the ceremony, which is slated to take place in Sindri, Dhanbad, the Prime Minister will lead the announcement of many development projects totaling an incredible Rs 35,700 crore.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi sets out on a crucial two-day journey that includes West Bengal, Bihar, and Jharkhand. Starting his journey today, Prime Minister Modi lays the groundwork for a number of revolutionary projects, starting with the opening, dedicating, and laying of the cornerstone for multiple rail projects in Jharkhand. The prime minister will lay the cornerstone and dedicate to the country a number of infrastructure projects worth over Rs 7,200 crore, including rail, ports, oil pipelines, LPG supplies, and wastewater treatment in West Bengal’s Arambagh. PM Modi’s future plans in Krishnagar, Nadia district, include the groundbreaking of projects valued at Rs 15,000 crore, which include large-scale endeavors in the rail, road, and electricity industries.

The second part of PM Modi’s journey takes place in Bihar. It starts with an event in Aurangabad, where he will officially launch and lay the groundwork for several projects valued at Rs 21,400 crore. Among these, six national roads with a combined value of Rs 18,100 crore and twelve projects totaling around Rs 2,190 crore under the Namami Gange program are noteworthy. The opening of a six-lane bridge across the River Ganga, which is expected to revolutionize connectivity in the area, is the centerpiece of these efforts.

The visit comes to a close in Begusarai, Bihar, where the Prime Minister will unveil oil and gas projects that span states like Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Haryana and cost an incredible Rs 1.48 lakh crore. Furthermore, The “1962 Farmers App,” created to provide farmers with extensive data and insights, and “Bharat Pashudhan,” a groundbreaking digital database for livestock animals, will be unveiled by PM Modi.

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