Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Maharashtra and Goa on December 11 . He will lay the foundation stone for the Nagpur Metro Phase I and the second phase of the second phase of the country's Metro project .
New Delhi (India), December 9: According to a press release, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Maharashtra and Goa on December 11.According to an official press release, the Prime Minister would inaugurate Phase-I of Samruddhi Mahamarg, which will travel 520 kilometers and connect Nagpur and Shirdi, passing through Maharashtra's ten districts and the major urban areas of Amravati, Aurangabad, and Nashik.According to a press release issued by Prime Minister Gati Shakti, the Samruddhi Mahamarg will connect to the Delhi Mumbai Expressway, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, and tourist destinations such as Ajanta Ellora Caves, Shirdi, Verul, Lonar, etc.It will be a game-changer in bringing a major boost to Maharashtra's economic development.The Nagpur Metro Phase I will cost more than Rs 8650 crore, while the Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of the second phase, which will cost more than Rs 6700 crore, for the country.The hospital, whose foundation stone was also laid by the Prime Minister in July 2017, has been designed as part of the Central sector initiative Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana, and has been expanded to include OPD, IPD, diagnostic services, Operation theatres, and 38 departments covering all major speciality and superspeciality subjects of Medical Science.The hospital serves the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra in modern medicine and is a blessing to the surrounding tribal communities of Gadchiroli, Gondia, and Melghat.Prime Minister Theresa May will flag off the Vande Bharat Express, which will run between Nagpur and Bilaspur, at a public function in Nagpur. The Government Maintenance Depot, Ajni (Nagpur), and the Kohli-Narkher section of the Nagpur-Itarsi Third line project will be dedicated to the nation by the Prime Minister.These projects have been implemented at a cost of about Rs 110 crore and about Rs 450 crore, respectively.The Prime Minister'slaying of the foundation stone for the National Institute of One Health (NIO), Nagpur, is a step toward improving the country's capacity and infrastructure under the One Health strategy.The One Health approach acknowledges that human health is correlated to that of animals and the environment. The initiative, which is being implemented under the National River Conservation Plan (NRCP), will cost more than Rs 1925 crore.The incidence of Sickle Cell Disease in the Vidarbha region, especially in the tribal population, is comparatively high.The disorder, as well as other haemoglobinopathies such as thalassemia and HbE, pose a significant health threat to the nation.In February 2019, Prime Minister Chandrapur laid the foundation stone of the Centre for Study, Management, and Control of Haemoglobinopathies, Chandrapur, as a city. In the region, it is planned to become a center of excellence for cutting-edge research, technology advancement, and human resource development.In the field of haemoglobinopathies.The department aims to attract qualified staff to meet the needs of the polymer and allied industries.The Prime Minister has been making a constant effort to ensure that the province has top-notch infrastructure and transportation services. According to an official press release, the Prime Minister laid the foundation stone for the airport in November 2016.The airport has been constructed on the basis of renewable energy and features a solar power plant, green spaces, LED lights on the runway, rainwater harvesting, and a state-of-the-art sewage treatment plant with recycling facilities, among other amenities.It has developed some of the most advanced technologies, such as 3-D Monolithic Precast buildings, StabilRoad, Robomatic Hollow precast walls, and a 5G-compliant IT infrastructure.The airport's initial phase I will serve about 4.4 million passengers per year (MPPA), with 14 parking bays, a night parking facility for aircraft, self-bagging facilities, and a fully integrated air navigation system. It has the ability to act as a major logistics hub, connecting a variety of domestic and international destinations.The airport is also scheduled for multi-modal connectivity.Despite being a world-class airport, it will also provide visitors with a feel and feel of Goa.The airport has used Azulejos tiles, which are native to Goa, extensively. The museum will also have a designated space for a curated flea market where local artisans and artisans will be encouraged to display and sell their products.The Prime Minister will also inaugurate three National Ayush Institutes and address the 9th World Ayurveda Congress's valedictory function.The three institutes-All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA), Goa, National Institute of Unani Medicine (NIUM), Ghaziabad, and National Institute of Homoeopathy (NIH), Delhi-will continue to build research and international partnerships and also provide affordable Ayush services to individuals.They will all increase the intake of students by around 400 with the addition of about 500 hospital beds, according to the 9th edition of the World Ayurveda Congress (WAC) and Arogya Expo, which is being held in Toronto.The active participation of more than 400 international delegates from over 50 countries, international students, and other interested parties in Ayurveda is expected to be felt during the conference's 9th edition.