Warangal: PM Narendra Modi on Saturday, July 8, laid the foundation stones of several infrastructure development projects worth Rs. 6,100 crore in Warangal and praised the people of Telangana for their great contribution in the history of India.
While inaugurating the projects, Prime Minister Modi emphasized the enduring greatness of Telangana and its people throughout the annals of Indian history. He acknowledged their significant role, particularly in the present era where India has risen to become the world's fifth-largest economy. Speaking at the rally, he hailed the people of Telangana for their indomitable spirit and their ability to seize the myriad opportunities that a burgeoning India presents.
The Prime Minister underscored the vibrant essence of the "Young India" that symbolizes the contemporary Bharat. He described the nation as brimming with energy and urged everyone to make the most of this golden era of development. With resolute determination, he emphasized that every part of India must progress rapidly and no region should be left behind.
As Prime Minister Modi approached the venue, he was greeted with resounding chants of "Bharat Maata ki ji" and "Vande Mataram slogans," epitomizing the patriotic fervor that permeates the air. Following the event in Warangal, PM Modi's journey will continue to Bikaner in Rajasthan, where he will dedicate and lay the foundation stones of various development projects amounting to over Rs 24,300 crore. This momentous occasion will witness the inauguration of a six-lane greenfield expressway section of the Amritsar-Jamnagar Economic Corridor and the commencement of phase-I of the Inter-State Transmission Line for the Green Energy Corridor. Additionally, the Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone for the redevelopment of Bikaner Railway station.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarks on an extensive tour spanning four states, namely Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, and Rajasthan, from July 7 to 8. Notably, all states, except Uttar Pradesh, are scheduled to hold elections later this year.