Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated several development programs in Karnataka and Maharashtra ahead of the elections. PM Modi visited the Yadgiri and Kalaburagi districts of Karnataka and laid the foundation stone and inaugurated various developmental projects related to irrigation, drinking water, and a National Highway development project at Kodeka in the Yadgir district.
PM Modi Launched Development Programs in Karnataka and Maharashtra- Key Points
- The foundation stone of the Yadgir multi-village drinking water supply scheme under the Jal Jeevan Mission was laid at Kodekal.
- A water treatment plant of 117 MLD will be built under the development schemes launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
- The project which cost ₹2,050 crore will provide potable water to about 2.3 lakh households of more than 700 rural habitations and three towns in the Yadgir district.
- PM Modi will also inaugurate Narayanpur Left Bank Canal- Extension Renovation and Moderation Project (NLBC-ERM).
- The project with a canal carrying a capacity of 10,000 cusecs can irrigate 4.5 lakh hectares of command area.
- It will also benefit more than three lakh farmers in 560 villages of Kalaburagi, Yadgiri, and Vijaypur districts.
- The total cost of the project is estimated to ₹4,700 crores.
- The Prime Minister will also distribute title deeds (Hakku Patra) to the eligible benefit of the newly declared revenue Village in Kalaburagi district.
- During the program, he will also lay the foundation stone of the 71 km section of NH-150C.
- The six-lane Greenfield road project is also a part of the Surat-Chennai Expressway.
- It is being built at a cost of more than ₹2,100 crores.
- Surat-Chennai Expressway will pass through six states including Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu.