PM Modi’s 3-day visit to UP from today; infrastructure projects to take up

A few days after the inauguration of the Purvanchal Expressway, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi Will begin his three-day Uttar Pradesh visit on Friday with the inauguration and launch of infrastructure projects worth over Rs 6,000 crore in the Bundelkhand region. He will then travel to Lucknow to attend a two-day conference of senior police officers.

On Friday, Modi will be the first to visit Mahoba to inaugurate various irrigation and water projects worth Rs 3,250 crore. The development works are aimed at providing irrigation facilities to about 65,000 hectares of land in Mahoba and its neighboring districts of Hamirpur, Banda and Lalitpur.

Thereafter, he is scheduled to travel to Jhansi to lay the foundation stone of 600 MW Ultramega Solar Power Park at Garautha worth Rs 3,000 crore. He will also inaugurate the Rs 11 crore Atal Ekta Park and lay the foundation stone of Bharat Dynamics Plant.

Modi is scheduled to visit Lucknow on Friday evening to attend the 56th All India Conference of DGPs and IGPs to be held at Police Headquarters in Lucknow from November 20-21. He is destined to stay in the Raj Bhavan.

Besides the DGPs and IGs, heads of central armed forces and central police organizations will also attend the two-day conference. Many invitees from 37 locations across the country will participate virtually.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah is also likely to attend the conference.