PM Narendra Modi will launch more than 9,500 projects in Rajasthan on August 29 which is at a cost of over Rs 27,000 crore.
The PM is booked to visit Udaipur one week from now to establish framework stones for projects and in addition initiate a few more into this category. Union highways minister Nitin Gadkari will is also going to the occasion, other than chief minister Vasundhara Raje.
These project will incorporate national highways, state roads and rural roads under PMGSY and Rajasthan govt’s lead programs.
109 projects, covering 3,000 km, include augmenting of highways and construction of state-level roads– they will be financed by NHAI. The cost for these projects will be Rs 15,000 crore. PM Modi will likewise introduce 11 incomplete NH projects, which is 873 km long, including a six-lane bridge over waterway Chambal in Kota, as reported by TOI.
Most of the projects fall under the Center’s rural connectivity programs, and additionally those of the state government, for example, the PM Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY), Rajasthan Road Sector Modernisation Project (RRSMP) and Gramin Gaurav Path. Thirty-one others are on the build-operateand-transfer (BOT) models that is focused equally.
Modi is going to the state after right around over two years for a program related to the government and the party. His last public rally was in February 2015 at Sriganganagar at the launch of the dirt health card where he also tended to a public rally.
A government source said the PM will address a “mammoth rally” in Udaipur while revealing the projects. Event plans are being made for a live telecast of the occasion at more than twelve spots in the state.
There are reports that the PM may also roll out various housing- and development related works across cities remotely from Udaipur.