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PM Modi gifted more than 18,000 Crore to Devbhoomi, know which projects were inaugurated and foundation stone laid

With the support of Modi magic, the ruling BJP in Uttarakhand is poised to return to power in 2022. This is why Prime Minister Narendra Modi convened a massive public gathering in Dehradun. The Prime Minister’s public meeting attracted a sizable crowd. The difference this time is that PM Modi began his speech in the Garhwali dialect. During this, the Prime Minister pleaded once more for the BJP to win power in the next assembly elections, while outlining the development work done by the double engine government. During his visit, the Prime Minister lay the foundation stone for 18 thousand crores in projects.

Pushkar Singh Dhami government of Uttarakhand patted the bench

The state is fast flourishing, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, thanks to mutual collaboration between the central and state governments. He also congratulated Uttarakhand’s Pushkar Singh Dhami government. Modi claimed that the state’s Yuva Dhami government is working more for the state’s growth.

The Delhi-Dehradun (Economic Corridor), which will cost 86 hundred crores, is one of the programmes for which the Prime Minister laid the foundation stone. Apart from that, the primary project is the 120 MW Vyasi Hydroelectric Project. The Prime Minister laid the foundation stone for 11 programmes worth Rs 15,728 crore and inaugurated seven schemes worth Rs 2,573 crore for Devbhoomi Uttarakhand.

Prime Minister inaugurated these schemes

Vyasi Hydroelectric Project, 120 MW (Cost 1777 Crore)
The All Weather Route Project is widening the road from Devprayag to Srikot (257.34 crore)
In an all-weather road project, a duct is being built from Brahmapuri to Kaudiyala (248.22 crore)
Treatment of landslide areas at Lambagad as part of the All Weather Road Project (107.68 cr)

For these developments, a foundation stone has been set

175 kilometres long Economic Corridor between Delhi and Dehradun (8600 crores)
Connectivity between Delhi and Dehradun Expressway up to Haridwar, Halgoa, and Bahadarabad (2082 cr)
Manoharpur to Kangri is on the Haridwar Ring Road (1602 crores)
Near Laxman Jhula, a bridge is being built (69.263 crore)
Paonta Sahib-Dehradun (1695 crores)

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