New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be in his parliamentary constituency Varanasi on July 15. This is his first visit to Varanasi after the devastation of the second wave of Corona. PM Modi will inaugurate the Rudraksh during this time. Following the Kovid protocol at Banaras Hindu University, he will also address a public meeting. Before PM Modi’s visit, UP CM Yogi Adityanath took stock of the preparations and then went to Kashi Vishwanath temple and offered prayers to Mahadev.
It is being said that Modi can set the agenda for the UP elections. Assembly elections are to be held in the state early next year. PM Modi has congratulated the Yogi government of UP on the victory of BJP in the panchayat and block chief elections. PM Modi had last visited Varanasi on the day of Dev Deepawali. At the same time, now Rudraksha is ready in Varanasi. There is a lot of discussion in Varanasi about its grandeur. With the help of Japan, Rudraksha has been made for 186 crores. This is a kind of modern convention center.
inauguration of rudraksha
In 2015, when Japanese PM Shinzo Abe came here with PM Modi, its foundation was laid. 108 grains of Rudraksha have been added to this building, which makes it more beautiful. Spread over three acres, this convention center has a luxurious hall from the ground floor, the first floor. 1200 people can sit together and watch a program on chairs imported from Vietnam. Its design has also been prepared by Oriental Global, a Japanese company. When Narendra Modi went to Japan after becoming the PM, he had said that Kyoto would make Kashi. From Rudraksh itself, PM will inaugurate schemes worth 715 crores and will also inaugurate projects worth 850 crores.
Address at BHU campus
After this, PM Narendra Modi will address a public meeting in the BHU campus. Now everyone’s eyes are on his speech that what message PM Modi finally gives from Varanasi. DM Kaushalraj Sharma told that this time the Prime Minister will not go to Kashi Vishwanath temple. They will stay in Varanasi only for 5 hours. The last time Modi visited Varanasi was on November 30, the day of Dev Deepawali. Then he lit lamps at Ganga Ghat and also worshiped at Vishwanath temple. Even when people remained troubled in the second wave of Corona, PM Modi remained in constant contact with the people of Banaras. He praised the Varanasi model a lot in dealing with Corona.
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