PM to launch Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana from Ballia
PM to attend various functions in Varanasi
Ujjwala Yojana: 5 crore women beneficiaries from BPL families to get free LPG connections over the next 3 years
PM Modi to visit Gyan Pravah - Centre for Cultural Studies and Research in Varanasi
PM Modi to flag off e-boats from Assi Ghat in Varanasi
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, will visit Uttar Pradesh tomorrow.
He will launch the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana from Ballia. This scheme aims to provide LPG connections to 5 crore women beneficiaries from BPL families over the next three years.
The Prime Minister will also visit his constituency, Varanasi. He will distribute e-rickshaws to beneficiaries. He will visit Gyan Pravah - Centre for Cultural Studies and Research – at Varanasi. He will hold a meeting with prominent citizens in Varanasi.
The Prime Minister will launch a scheme for environment-friendly “E-Boats” at the famous Assi Ghat. These E-boats will not only reduce pollution, but will also bring down the operational costs, thereby enabling higher incomes for those who earn their livelihoods through such boats on the River Ganga.
Praises the unity and collective efforts of the people of the state
“Tripura is becoming a land of opportunities through relentless efforts of the double engine government”
“Through the construction of the connectivity infrastructure, the state is fast becoming the hub of the trade corridor”
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi paid tribute to the people who have contributed to the establishment and development of Tripura. He acknowledged the dignity and contribution of the state from the period of Manikya Dynasty. He praised the unity and collective efforts of the people of the state. He was speaking on the occasion of the 50th Statehood day of Tripura today.
The Prime Minister underlined the three years of meaningful development and said that Tripura is becoming a land of opportunities under the aegis of relentless efforts of the double engine government. Highlighting the state’s excellent performance on many of the development parameters, the Prime Minister said that through the construction of the connectivity infrastructure, the state is fast becoming the hub of the trade corridor. Today, along with roads, railways, air and inlay waterways are also connecting Tripura with the rest of the world. The double engine government fulfilled the long pending demand of Tripura and got access to the Chittagong sea port in Bangladesh. The state received the first cargo from Bangladesh through Akhaura Integrated Check Post in 2020. The Prime Minister also mentioned the recent expansion of Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport.
The Prime Minister talked about good work in the state regarding providing pucca houses to the poor and use of new technology in housing construction. These Light House Projects (LHP) are going on in six states and Tripura is one of them. He said that the work of the last three years is just a beginning and Tripura’s real potential is yet to be realized. He said that the measures in the fields ranging from transparency in the administration to infrastructure development will prepare the state for decades to come. Campaigns like saturation of benefits and facilities in all the villages will make the lives of the people of Tripura easier and better, he said.
The Prime Minister said as India will attain 100 years of Azadi, Tripura will also complete 75 years of statehood. “This is a great period for new resolutions and new opportunities”, the Prime Minister added.
त्रिपुरा का इतिहास हमेशा से गरिमा से भरा रहा है।
माणिक्य वंश के सम्राटों के प्रताप से लेकर आज तक, एक राज्य के रूप में त्रिपुरा ने अपनी भूमिका को सशक्त किया है।
जनजातीय समाज हो या दूसरे समुदाय, सभी ने त्रिपुरा के विकास के लिए पूरी मेहनत के साथ, एकजुटता के साथ प्रयास किए हैं: PM