Sunday , July 25 2021

PM Modi Varanasi Visit: PM Modi reaching Varanasi parliamentary constituency for the 27th time today, will give these development projects, here is the complete schedule

PM Narendra Modi is on his parliamentary constituency Varanasi visit today. This will be PM’s 27th visit to Varanasi in seven years. During this, he will give development projects worth Rs 1475 crore to the people of Kashi. The PM will spend about 5 to 6 hours in his parliamentary constituency. During this, he will also inaugurate the Rudraksh Convention Center built in collaboration with Japan in Sigra area.

PM Modi will inaugurate the Rudraksh Convention Center at around 2.15 am. He will reach Babatpur airport at around 10.25 am. After that at 10.35 he will fly to BHU. He will reach BHU helipad at 10.55 am, he will be at ADV Ground of IIT, BHU at 11.05. After that at 12.20 he will leave for BHU MCH Wing from ADV Ground. At 12.30 PM will inaugurate and inspect the MCH wing, Regional Eye Institute. During this he will also have a dialogue.

PM to inaugurate Rudraksh Convention Center

PM Modi will leave for BHU helipad from BHU MCH wing at 1.35 pm. He will fly from BHU helipad to Sanskrit University helipad at 1.45 pm. After that at 1.55 pm, PM Modi will land at the Sanskrit University helipad and leave for the Rudraksh Convention Center. At 2.10, he will reach the Rudraksh Convention Center and participate in the inaugural program.

CM Yogi will welcome PM

PM Modi will spend about 4-5 hours in his parliamentary constituency. During this, he will take part in different programs. All the preparations have been completed there regarding the visit of the PM. CM Yogi has also reached Varanasi on Wednesday evening to take stock of the preparations. In view of the 27th visit of PM, BHU and Rudraksh Convention Center as well as other places have been decorated very well.

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