New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Rajasthan on May 10. At 11 am, the Prime Minister will visit the Shrinathji temple in Nathdwara. He will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of various development initiatives at Nathdwara around 11:45 am.
Thereafter, the Prime Minister will visit the Brahma Kumaris Shantivan Complex on Abu Road at around 3:15 PM.
PM in Nathdwara
The Prime Minister will inaugurate, dedicate and lay the foundation stones of projects worth more than Rs. 5500 crowns. The focus of these projects is on strengthening the region’s infrastructure and connectivity.
The projects of the road and railway sector also promote the movement of goods and services, thereby boosting trade and improving the socio-economic conditions of the region’s population.
Prime Minister lays foundation stone for road construction projects in Rajsamand and Udaipur.
The Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone for the redevelopment of the Udaipur Railway Station to provide enhanced amenities to the public. He will lay the foundation stone of the gauge conversion project along with laying of a new line from Nathdwara to Nathdwara town in Rajsamand.
Further, the Prime Minister will dedicate three national highway projects to the nation, including a 114-km six-lane Udaipur to Shamlaji section of NH-48; Widening and strengthening of 110 km long Bar-Bilara-Jodhpur section of NH-25 to 4 lanes with paved shoulders; and 47 km long two-lane NH 58E with paved shoulder section.
PM at Brahma Kumaris Shantivan Complex
The prime minister paid particular attention to giving impetus to spiritual renewal throughout the country. Continuing the endeavor, the Prime Minister will visit Brahma Kumaris Shantivan Complex.
He will lay the foundation stone of the Super Specialty Charitable Global Hospital, the second phase of the Shivmani Old Age Home and the expansion of the College of Nursing.
The Super Specialty Charitable Global Hospital will be set up on 50 acres of land on Abu Road. It will offer world-class healthcare facilities and will especially benefit the poor and tribal people of the region.