PM Modi Arrives in Bengaluru for 2 Days Karnataka visit

PM Modi Arrives in Bengaluru for 2 Days Karnataka visit
PM Modi Arrives in Bengaluru for 2 Days Karnataka visit

PM Modi in Bengaluru:

Elaborate security arrangements have been made in both Bengaluru and Mysore for the PM’s visit.

PM Modi in Bengaluru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Bengaluru on Monday on a two-day visit to Karnataka, during which he will participate in several programs in the city and Mysore, and inaugurate or lay foundation stones of various development works.

Laying the foundation stone of Bengaluru Suburban Railway project, inaugurating Dr BR Ambedkar School of Economics (BASE), participating in International Yoga Day program and visiting Chamundi hills to worship Goddess Chamundeshwari of Mysore and Suttur Math. A prominent Lingayat madrasa is one of the major attractions of this visit.

PM Modi was received by Governor Thaawarchand Gehlot, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, senior BJP leader BS Yediyurappa and state party chief Nalin Kumar Kateel at Yelahanka Air Force Station.

PM Modi in Bengaluru: Union Minister Pralhad Joshi, several cabinet colleagues of Bommai, Members of Parliament, MLAs and officials were present. Elaborate security arrangements have been made in both Bengaluru and Mysore for the PM’s visit. Ahead of his departure from New Delhi to Bengaluru, PM Modi tweeted in both Kannada and English, sharing the details of his journey.

“Departure for Karnataka, where I will attend events in Bengaluru and Mysore. The first event will be held at @iiscbangalore, where a Center for Brain Research will be inaugurated. Foundation stone of Bagchi-Parthasarathy Multispecialty Hospital will be laid,” PM Modi tweeted.

“This afternoon, I will be at the Dr. BR Ambedkar School of Economics (BASE), Bengaluru to inaugurate a new campus of BASE University and unveil the Dr. BR Ambedkar statue. 150 technical centers will also be dedicated to the nation. ITI has been changed and developed,” he said.

PM Modi in Bengaluru: Noting that during an event in Bengaluru, development works worth over ₹27,000 crore will be inaugurated or foundation stones will be laid, the PM said that these works cover various areas and are ‘for the people of Bengaluru and surroundings’. Will promote ‘Ease of Living’.

“I will reach Mysore around 5.30 pm and there too major development works will either be inaugurated or their foundation stone will be laid. I will also attend an event at Suttur Math. Tomorrow morning, Yoga Day program will also take place in Mysore. Take it,” he said.

Responding to the PM’s tweet, CM Bommai while welcoming him said, “I thank you for choosing our land, which is rich in rich fauna and flora, to celebrate the International Day of Yoga in the year of the Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi.”

“Heartfelt thanks to Hon’ble Prime Minister @narendramodi ji for being a part of the celebration of development projects in various sectors worth over Rs 27,000 crore. These projects will boost ‘ease of living’ for the people of Bengaluru and neighboring areas,” he added.

PM Modi in Bengaluru: According to the Prime Minister’s itinerary, after the IISc and BASE programmes, Modi will reach Kommaghatta to dedicate various projects to the nation in Bengaluru including the inauguration of “India’s only and first air-conditioned” railway station at Beyappan Halli.

He will also lay the foundation stone for Bengaluru suburban railway projects and six national highway projects worth Rs 7,231 crore in Karnataka, including five different national highway projects and a multi-modal logistic park projects at a single location.

PM Modi will then leave for Mysore, where he will lay the foundation stone for the new coaching complex to be set up at Naganahalli and then, proceed to the All India Institute of Speech and Hearing (AIISH) and dedicate the Center of Excellence there. In addition, he will interact with the beneficiaries of the central government scheme at the same place.

PM Modi in Bengaluru: He will dedicate the ‘Veda Pathshala’ building at Suttur Math and issue a commentary on Yoga and Bhakti. PM will visit Chamundi Hills the same evening and have darshan of Goddess Sri Chamundeshwari at Sri Chamundeshwari Temple and return to Mysore and stay there that day.

On June 21, PM Modi will participate in the International Day of Yoga with the theme “Yoga for Humanity” organized by the Department of Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy (AYUSH) at the Palace Complex and depart for New Delhi. That morning.

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