PM Modi’s Focus on Rajasthan’s Development: ₹5,000 Crore Worth of Projects to Be Launched

TodayAccording to a release, the prime minister will officially lay the cornerstone for significant projects in Rajasthan that would improve the state’s healthcare system.PM Modi To Launch Developmental Projects In Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh Today

The foundation stones will be laid for a number of projects, including rail and road construction and a memorial honoring Rani Durgavati, by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday in Rajasthan and election-bound Madhya Pradesh, according to an official statement.
An official release from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) stated, “At around 11:15 AM, the Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone and dedicate numerous development projects worth approximately 5,000 crore at Jodhpur, Rajasthan, in sectors like road, rail, aviation, health, and higher education.”

The Prime Minister will then travel to Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, where he would perform the “Veerangana Rani Durgavati Smarak aur Udyaan” bhoomi poojan. Additionally, he will dedicate, lay the cornerstone for, and inaugurate additional

More than 12,600 crore will be allocated to national development projects in the road, rail, housing, gas pipeline, and clean drinking water sectors, according to the announcement.

According to a release, the prime minister will officially lay the cornerstone for significant projects in Rajasthan that would improve the state’s healthcare system.

The Trauma Center and Critical Care Hospital Block at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Jodhpur, which has 350 beds, and seven Critical Care Blocks under the Pradhan Mantri – Ayushman Bharat Health Infrastructure Mission (PM-ABHIM) that will be built throughout Rajasthan are among the projects, according to the statement.

Additionally, PM Modi will lay the cornerstone for the construction of the state-of-the-art New Terminal Building at Jodhpur Airport, which is expected to cost a total of 480 crore.

He will also devote the nation to the IIT Jodhpur campus. The cutting-edge complex was constructed for more than 1,135 crore. According to the statement, it is a step toward delivering high-quality, all-encompassing education and creating the necessary infrastructure to support innovative research and development projects.

The Prime Minister will dedicate a “central instrumentation laboratory,” staff housing, and a “yoga & sports sciences building” for improving the Central University of Rajasthan’s facilities. According to the statement, he will lay the cornerstone for the Central Library, a 600-bed hostel, and a dining hall for students at the Central University of Rajasthan.

The Prime Minister will lay the cornerstone for numerous road development projects, which will help Rajasthan’s road system.

The total cost of the road construction will be around 1,475 crore. The Jodhpur Ring Road will assist in reducing vehicular pollution and easing traffic congestion. According to the report, the initiatives will contribute to increased connectivity, promoting trade, employment creation, and regional economic expansion.

In Rajasthan, PM Modi will also officially launch two new train lines. These include the new Runicha Express train that runs between Jaisalmer and Delhi and the brand-new heritage train that runs between Marwar Jn. and Khambli Ghat.

The Prime Minister will also dedicate two additional train projects to the nation. According to the statement, they include plans to double the lengths of the 58-kilometer-long “Degana-Kuchaman City” rail line and the 145-kilometer-long “Degana-Rai Ka Bagh” rail line.

The Prime Minister would conduct bhoomi poojan of “Veerangana Rani Durgavati Smarak aur Udyaan” in Madhya Pradesh as part of the festivities of Rani Durgavati’s 500th birth centenary, it was noted.

The ‘Veerangana Rani Durgavati Smarak aur Udyaan’, which is planned to be constructed in Jabalpur for roughly 100 crore rupees, will cover over 21 acres. It will feature an outstanding 52-foot-tall Rani Durgavati copper statue.

It will contain a spectacular museum showcasing the Gondwana’s history.

The Gondwana region, containing Rani Durgavati’s valor and courage. According to the press release, it will also highlight the cuisine, art, culture, and way of life of the Gond people and other tribal communities.

The Prime Minister’s objective of providing ‘shelter for all’ would be bolstered with the inauguration of the Light House Project in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. The project, which was built at a cost of around 128 crore under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana – Urban, will benefit over 1000 beneficiary families.

The foundation stone for multiple Jal Jeevan Mission projects worth over 2,350 crores will be laid in Mandla, Jabalpur, and Dindori districts, according to the statement, as a step toward realizing the Prime Minister’s vision of providing safe and adequate drinking water through individual household tap connections.


The Prime Minister will dedicate to the country the Jal Jeevan Mission project in the Seoni district, which is worth over 100 crore. These initiatives in four districts of Madhya Pradesh would help around 1,575 villages.

PM Modi will also lay the foundation stone and donate the nation’s funds for numerous projects totaling more than 4,800 crore to improve Madhya Pradesh’s road infrastructure, according to the statement.

The Prime Minister will dedicate to the nation rail projects worth more than Rs. 1,850 crore. These initiatives will strengthen Madhya Pradesh’s rail infrastructure, which will boost the state’s trade and tourism.

The Prime Minister will dedicate the Vijaipur-Araiya-Pulpur Pipeline Project to the nation. The 352-kilometer pipeline cost more than Rs. 1,750 crore to build.

PM Modi will also lay the groundwork for the Nagpur Jabalpur section (317 km) of the Mumbai Nagpur Jharsuguda Pipeline Project, which would cost more than Rs. 1,100 crore.

The gas pipeline projects will offer clean, inexpensive natural gas to industry and homes while also helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Furthermore, PM Modi will dedicate a new bottling factory in Jabalpur, which was built at a cost of around 147 crore, according to the statement.

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