PM Modi to launch projects worth Rs 487 crore on August 5 in Ayodhya

The Prime Minister is visiting the temple town to lay the foundation of the Lord Ram temple

Current Affairs : Head administrator Narendra Modi, who is relied upon to visit Ayodhya on August 5 to establish the framework of Lord Ram sanctuary, will likewise dispatch improvement, the travel industry and foundation ventures totalling Rs 487 crore during his short visit to the sanctuary town.

While ventures worth more than Rs 161 crore would be introduced by the PM, others worth about Rs 326 crore would observer their establishment laying in Ayodhya.

As indicated by the Uttar Pradesh government, the ventures proposed to be initiated one month from now relate to the wellbeing, the travel industry and transport offices. They incorporate common and advancement works in the nearby government emergency clinic costing Rs 135 crore, aside from the beautification of Laxman Qila Ghat at an expense of over Rs 10 crore.

The ventures arranged for establishment laying relate to the urban turn of events, culture, the travel industry and open works division (PWD) offices. It incorporates augmenting of the roadway associating Bahraich, Ayodhya and Azamgarh with the venture cost pegged at about Rs 252 crore.

On July 17, boss priest Yogi Adityanath had held a video gathering with senior authorities in Ayodhya and underlined the need concurred by the state government to the different tasks in the sanctuary town considering the proposed laying of the Lord Ram sanctuary.

A week ago, the UP Bullion Association had given silver blocks gauging in excess of 33 kg to the Temple Trust for establishing as framework for the much anticipated sanctuary. The Trust was comprised on the bearings of the Supreme Court for encouraging the development of the sanctuary.

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