Modi visit to Jammu and Kashmir: PM lays foundation stone of Rs 20,000 crore for development of Jammu and Kashmir


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Modi visit to Jammu and Kashmir: Today is going to be a golden and historic day in the history of Jammu and Kashmir. The picture of the development of Jammu and Kashmir, which is based on new expectations, will be revealed to the country and the world today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally at Palli village, about 25 km from the Pakistan border, on Sunday will be a message of nationalism, development, democracy, and empowerment of the people in Jammu and Kashmir. This is because Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of development projects worth over Rs 20,000 crore for the development of Jammu and Kashmir today. It will also be the beginning of an investment revolution. It will be attended by UAE investors and diplomats.

This is the Prime Minister’s first rally in Jammu and Kashmir since the reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir. The national panchayat day rally is an answer to those who question the restoration of democracy. In Jammu and Kashmir, the three-tier Panchayat Raj system has been restored. In his speech, Prime Minister Modi will address all the issues that are becoming a hindrance to the restoration of the panchayat raj system in Jammu and Kashmir. The panch-sarpanch will share their experiences. The rally will announce an increase in the industrial development package for Jammu and Kashmir and pave the way for the upcoming assembly elections.

The foundation of these schemes will be laid:-

The Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of two 1400 MW Ratle and Kwar hydroelectric projects on river Chenab. The estimated value of the rate is Rs 5,300 crore and the estimated value of the mine is Rs 4,500 crore.

Banihal will inaugurate the Qazigund tunnel on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway to facilitate vehicular movement.

He will also inaugurate the New Delhi-Katra Express and inaugurate 100 Jan Aushadhi Kendras to provide quality generic medicines at affordable rates to the people.

The Prime Minister will also issue real estate cards to the beneficiaries of swamitva yojana. Awards will also be given to panchayats that have excelled in various categories.

The Prime Minister will also inaugurate an exhibition of various products of Jammu and Kashmir. This will be followed by the foundation stone of industrial projects worth Rs 38,000 crore in the presence of well-known capital investors from across the country and abroad. This will include UAE businessmen. It will be done for setting up units in cement, minerals, plastics, food processing, health, service sector, and IT and electronics and health sector.

Medicity will be a 6,000-bed hospital. In addition, a 500-kW solar power project will be dedicated to the people in Palli village. Amrit Sarovar will be launched for the development and restoration of 75 water bodies in each district of the country.

People from all corners of the state are coming to listen to him at the Prime Minister’s meeting. Many want to rally to express their gratitude to them. This includes refugees from exiled Kashmir and West Pakistan, ex-servicemen, and beneficiaries of various central schemes.


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