PM Modi to unveil development projects in Karnataka


Prime Minister Narendra Modi will divulge improvement extends in Karnataka’s twin urban areas of Hubballi and Dharwad northwest locale and address a BJP tradition on Sunday, a gathering official said.

“Modi will travel to Hubballi from Tiruppur in Tamil Nadu later in the day to take an interest in 2-3 open projects and address our state chiefs and units from all the state,” party official S. Shantaram told IANS.

The twin urban areas are about 400km from the state capital Bengaluru.

Modi will initially establish the framework stone of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT-Dharwad) and devote the city appropriation venture in Dharwad and 1.5-ton Mangaluru vital oil office (SPR) and the 2.5-ton Padur SPR office of the state-run Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Ltd (ISPRL).

The Prime Minister will likewise devote multiplying of 18km Chikjajur-Mayakonda area railroad line for traveler and cargo administrations, and start the jolt work of 346-km Hospeta-Hubballi-Vasco da Gama line in this locale.

The charge of the expansive check will decrease travel time and outflow of ozone depleting substance with lower diesel utilization.

Before tending to the gathering tradition in Hubballi, Modi will observer the e-griha pravesh (house warming) of 2,384 houses worked under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana in Dharwad.

“Modi will dispatch the BJP’s battle for the resulting Lok Sabha races, due in April-May, as the gathering will challenge in all the 28 parliamentary bodies electorate in the southern state,” included the authority.

The gathering had won 17 Lok Sabha situates in 2014 general races.