Bhubaneswar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be here in Bhubaneswar, Odisha on 24th December with a host of developmental projects for the state worth Rs14523crore. That comprise of three highway projects, two gas and petrol projects, three projects on education and two related to culture and tourism among others in line with PM Modi’s vision of Purbodaya or rise of east.
Bhubaneswar: PM Modi will lay the foundation stone of Paradip- Hyderabad Product Pipeleine( PHPL) of IOCL, a project of Rs 3800 crore. He will also launch the work of the Bokaro- Angul section of the Haldia- Jagdishpur pipeline and the Bokara – Dhamra pipeline of GAIL of Rs 3437 crore.
He will dedicate the Rs 1260 crore Bhubaneswar IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) campus to the nation and will lay the foundation stone of the permanent campus of Berhmpur IISER( Indian Institue of Science Education and Research) worth Rs 1229 crore.
Six- lane work of Chandikhol- Bhadrak section of the NH-5 and the Four-lane work of the NH-42 section between Cuttack and Angul will start. The two projects cost Rs 1522crore and Rs 1991crore respectively. Bhubaneswar- Punitola segment of the NH-5 will also be expanded to Six lane with the investment of Rs 1937crore.
The PM will also inaugurate the upgraded ESIC hospital in Bhubaneswar of Rs73.5 crore. He will release a commemorative stamp, coin and a chair at Utkal University to celebrate 200 yrs of the Paika Rebellion.
An archeological museum at Lalitgiri, which provided evidence of the 2000 year old early Budhist settlement in the region, will also be inaugurated by the PM.
Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Thursday informed these details through Media in New Delhi and has twitted also.
Hon. PM sh.@narendramodi will also lay foundation stones for several developmental projects worth Rs14523crores in Odisha. These investments will consolidate on previous initiatives of the central Govt. in line with PM’s vision of Purbodaya, tweets Mr. Pradhan.
Modi will address a public gathering at Khordha.