NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a gift of Rs 33 thousand crore to Bihar in Karmabhoomi Begusarai of the state first Chief Minister Dr. Ramkrishi Singh Dinkar and the birth anniversary of the first Chief Minister of the state, Dr. Srikrishna Singh.
The Prime Minister, who arrived at Ulav Airport from Special Air Force helicopter of Indian Air Force, inaugurated 28 projects that prove to be a milestone for all-round development of Bihar and pressing the 50 project’s remote button. As soon as the Prime Minister pressed the button for the funding and opening of the schemes, the people and the viewers were present there. The Prime Minister called JHBDPL, Phase-I’s ‘Prime Minister Energy Ganga’ Jagdishpur-Haldia and Bokaro-Dharmara Natural Gas Pipeline Project from Phulpur to Barauni , Patna and Varanasi. The scheme was laid on July 25, 2015 by the Prime Minister in Patna. This section passes through nine districts of Bihar and nine districts of Uttar Pradesh and investment of about 2300 crore in Bihar.
PNG-CNG supply project was also dedicated to the nation under Patna City Gas Distribution. The Patna CGD project is being implemented in the next five years with the expenditure of 360 crore and 25 million in 25 years. With this, he started the Ranchi Weekly AC Express from Patna. The Prime Minister launched the electrical operation at Barauni-Kandpur, Fatahah-Islampur, Bihar Sharif-Danyiwan, Muzaffarpur-Raxaul section. On the occasion, 16 ghats, promenade, three multi-purpose building and a crematorium were built on the Ganga coast under Patna City River Development Phase-1 of 243.27 crores. At the same time, the Prime Minister laid the foundation stone of Indian Oil Corporation’s Barauni Refinery capacity of six to nine MMTPA and 14 other units including the ATF IndJet project.
Eight thousand two hundred and seven crore are being spent on these. Prime Minister Modi made the contribution of Rs. 7043 crore fertilizer factory Hindustan Fertilizer and Chemia Ltd. Barauni, two rail corridors of Patna Metro, of 13365.77 crores, 22 Amrit Project of 1427 crores and Paradip-Haldia pipeline of 2513 crores from Durgapur to Patna and The foundation stone of 639 kms of widening of Muzaffarpur was laid. At the cost of Rs 425.41 crores, medical colleges in Chhapra and construction of medical colleges of Purnea at a cost of Rs 365.58 crores and expansion in the form of Government Medical College as Super Specialty Hospital in Gaya, flood of 456.70 crores ( 11 MLD), Sultanganj (10 MLD) and Navagachia (9 MLD) sewerage treatment plant and 96.64 km sewerage network in Karamlichak Patna. Trusted. On this occasion Bihar Governor Lalji Tandon, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, Radha Mohan Singh, Ram Vilas Paswan, Giriraj Singh, Raj Kumar Singh, Ashwani Kumar Choubey, Ramkripal Yadav, Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, Minister Nand Kishore Yadav, Minister Love Kumar, BJP Rajya Sabha MP RK Sinha and Rajya Sabha MP Prof. Rakesh Sinha were also present.