PM Modi to visit Varanasi today, will initiate Varanasi-Prayagraj roadway venture

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PM Modi will visit Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi on Monday to dispatch the Varanasi-Prayagraj thruway to extend and partake in Deepotsav festivities at the Ganges ghats.

As the city arranged for the Prime Minister’s visit, the security workforce, alongside the canine crew, were seen checking boats at the ghats. They were completely checking different areas close to Rajghat also, as indicated by the news office ANI.

Modi will introduce the six-path extending task of the Handia (Prayagraj) – Rajatalab (Varanasi) part of National Highway 19 during his visit. The 73-km stretch of the recently extended and six laned NH19, made with a complete cost of Rs 2447 crore, is relied upon to decrease the movement time among Prayagraj and Varanasi by 60 minutes, the Prime Minister’s office said in a proclamation.

Aficionados perform ‘aarti’ at Dashashwamedh Ghat on the banks of River Ganga, in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Varanasi on Sunday.

Enthusiasts perform ‘aarti’ at Dashashwamedh Ghat on the banks of River Ganga, in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Varanasi on Sunday.

The Prime Minister will likewise go to Dev Deepawali, a celebration of light and intensity in Varanasi celebrated on each Poornima of the Kartik month, for example on the full moon of the Hindu schedule month Kartika — 15 days after Diwali. PM Modi will light an earthen light on the Raj Ghat of Varanasi, which will be trailed by the lighting of 11 lakh diyas on the two sides of the River Ganges.

An enlightened perspective on Ghats of stream Ganga in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit in Varanasi on Sunday.

An enlightened perspective on Ghats of stream Ganga in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit in Varanasi on Sunday.

During the visit to his parliamentary body electorate, the Prime Minister will likewise visit the Kashi Vishwanath Temple Corridor Project site to survey its encouragement. He will likewise observe the light and sound show at the archeological site of Sarnath, which he had introduced recently.

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