Modi’s third visit to Odisha, dedicates projects worth Rs 1545 cr

Process of development to continue for a new India, says Modi

Odisha, visit, PM, Modi, inaugurates- True Scoop

Bolangir: On Tuesday, on his third visit to Odisha during the last one month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated and dedicated a string of developmental projects worth over Rs 1545 crore to the people of the state.

All these projects are connected to education, connectivity, culture and promotion of tourism and will create employment opportunity to the people of the region, said Mr Modi.

He said the government is committed to the infrastructural development of the country which would help in creating job opportunity and the process of development will continue for a new India.

The Prime minister dedicated the electrification of 813 km of Jharsuguda-Vizinagaram and Sambalpur-Angul lines at a cost of Rs. 1085 crores, Rs 100 crore   Multi-Modal Logistics Park (MMLP) in Jharsuguda, doubling of 13.5 km Barpali-Dungaripali and Balangir- Deogaon road line, a bridge between Theruvali-Singapur road station.

He also inaugurated a new railway line from Balangir-Bichupali and laid foundation stone for permanent building at Kendriya Vidhyalaya, Sonepur.

The Prime Minister flagged off   new train on the 15 km Bolangir-Bichupali new railway line which would connect western Odisha with coastal Odisha.

New Passport Sewa Kendras at Jagatsingh, Kendrapara, Puri, Kandhmal, Bargarh and Balangir were also inaugurated  on the occasion.

The Prime Minister also launched the renovation and restoration works at Nilamadhav and Siddheshwar Temple in Gandhaharadi (Boudh), earliest temples in Odisha temple architecture. 

Apart from this, the restoration and renovation work of Ranipur Jharial group of monuments in Balangir situated on the ancient trade route and renovation and restoration works at Asurgarh Fort in Kalahandi were also inaugurated   by the Prime Minister.