PM Modi to visit Jammu and Kashmir today, to give gifts of over Rs 20,000 crore

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Jammu and Kashmir today. During his visit to the state, Prime Minister Modi will attend the National Panchayati Raj Day celebrations and address all the Panchayati Raj representatives from across the country from Jammu. The Prime Minister, who has consistently committed to the development of Jammu and Kashmir, will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of several development projects worth more than 20,000 crore rupees in Jammu and Kashmir. As per the information received, he will visit Palli Panchayat of Samba district and inaugurate a 500 kW solar power plant there.

With this, the Panchayat of Palli will become the first Panchayat in the country to become carbon neutral. According to reports, during his visit to Jammu and Kashmir, Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate the Banihal Qazigund Road Tunnel built at a cost of over Rs 3100 crore. Actually, 8. The 45 km long tunnel will reduce the road distance between Banihal and Qazigund by 16 km and reduce the travel time by about one and a half hours. And this tunnel will help in establishing all-weather connectivity between Jammu and Kashmir and bring the two regions closer.

Apart from this, PM Modi will lay the foundation stone of the three road packages, the Delhi-Amritsar-Katra Expressway, being built at a cost of over Rs 7,500 crore. At the same time, in order to make Jammu and Kashmir self-reliant in terms of electricity, Prime Minister Modi will also lay the foundation stone of the Rattle and Kwar hydropower project today i.e. on Sunday. An 850 MW Ratle hydroelectric project will be constructed on the Chenab river in the Kishtwar district at a cost of about Rs.5300 crores. At the same time, a 540 MW Kwar hydroelectric project will also be constructed on river Chenab in the Kishtwar district itself at a cost of over Rs.4500 crore and both these projects will help in meeting the power needs of the state.

From the soil of Jammu and Kashmir itself, the Prime Minister is also going to launch the Amrit Sarovar Yojana with the objective of building, developing or rejuvenating 75 ponds in every district of the country under the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence and at the same time to further expand the network of Jan Aushadhi Kendras in Jammu and Kashmir and to provide good quality generic medicines at affordable prices, 100 functional centres will be dedicated to the nation by the Prime Minister.

In fact, these centres are located in the remotest corners of this Union Territory. Along with this, he will also transfer the prize money to the Panchayats, who are the winners of the awards given for their achievements in various categories on the National Panchayati Raj Day. At the same time, the Prime Minister will also visit the INTACH Photo Gallery, which depicts the rural heritage of the region. This visit is also considered very important from the political point of view, this visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Jammu and Kashmir is also considered very important from the political point of view for this Union Territory.

In fact, it was only at the time of removing 370 from Jammu and Kashmir and reorganising the state into two Union Territories that it was promised by the government that elections would be held in Jammu and Kashmir at the appropriate time and it would be given back the status of the state at the right time. It is being told that assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir can be held by the end of this year.

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