New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will undertake a 2-day tour panning over 5,000-kilometer journey in various parts of the country in 36 hours begenning April 24 and during which he will attend 8 programmes and visit 7 different cities.
On April 24, the Prime Minister will embark on Madhya Pradesh in central India after departing from the city. According to officials, he will later travel to Kerala in the South, spend some time in the Union Territory in the West, and finally return to Delhi.
The Prime Minister will begin the travel on April 24 in the morning, the officials explained in detail the lengthy tour's agenda. From Delhi to Khajuraho, a journey of about 500 kilometres, he will travel. He will proceed to Rewa from Khajuraho to take part in the National Panchayati Raj Day function there. He will then travel back to Khajuraho, covering a distance of aboaut 280 kilometres in total. He would fly from Khajuraho to Kochi, a distance of around 1700 km, to take part in the Yuvam Conclave.
The Prime Minister will travel 190 kilometres the following morning from Kochi to Thiruvananthapuram. He will launch the Vande Bharat Express from this location and also dedicate and lay the foundation stone for several projects. From this point, he will travel around 1570 miles to Silvassa via Surat. He would dedicate and lay the foundation stone for several projects there, as well as stop by NAMO Medical College, they they.
After the opening of the Devka beachfront in Daman, PM Modi will then travel an additional 110 miles to Surat."From Surat, PM will travel back to Delhi, adding another 940 km to his travel schedule," they said.
The full-packed schedule will see the Prime Minister travelling a staggering aerial distance of around 5,300 kilometres. "To put this number in perspective, consider that India is around 3200 kilometres long from North to South. The time aspect also contributes to the distance since all of this travel must be completed in just 36 hours, according to the officials.