New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate various development projects in the state of Uttarakhand at a cost of Rs 4,194 crore on the 12th.
Prime Minister Modi will visit Uttarakhand on a 2-day visit on the 12th. Prime Minister Modi will begin his journey from Jageshwar Dham, located in Almora, Uttarakhand.
Jageshwar Dham Temple is a sacred place situated at an altitude of 6,200 feet above sea level. The temple is situated on the bank of Pathit Bhavan Jatagangai.
It is believed to be the place where Lord Shiva and Saptarishi did penance. Prime Minister Modi will visit this place on October 12 and participate in some programs there. He makes several announcements aimed at promoting the tourism development of the region.
Prime Minister lays the foundation stone: The Prime Minister will then proceed to Pithoragarh from there. There, the Prime Minister will inaugurate various development projects undertaken at a cost of Rs.4,194 crore. He also lays the foundation stone for some other projects.
The central government is carrying out various welfare schemes for the development of tourism in Uttarakhand.
Tourism Development: This important visit of the Prime Minister will be a big boost for the development of tourism in Uttarakhand. It is also expected that he will be witnessing the implementation of several initiatives in line with exploring the remote areas of the diverse country.