PM Modi in Kolkata today

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi is currently in Kolkata, he is scheduled to launch the Howrah Maidan-Esplanade section of the East-West line of the Kolkata Metro today, which is the 6th of March. This is in preparation for the Lok Sabha elections that will take place in 2024. In addition to this, it is planned that the Prime Minister will inaugurate several important metro and fast transit projects throughout countries. This would be a huge step towards improving urban mobility and connectivity. Earlier today, Prime Minister Modi paid a visit to Srimat Swami Smaranananda Ji Maharaj, the President of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, who was undergoing medical treatment at a hospital in Kolkata. He inquired about his health.

There are five things you should know regarding his visit to Kolkata today.

1. The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, will today launch the Howrah Maidan-Esplanade segment of the East-West Metro corridor in Kolkata. This section of the corridor can be found beneath the Hooghly River.

2. He will also speak at a public demonstration that will take place in Barasat, which is located in the North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal, which is where Sandeshkhali is located.

3. The Prime Minister will also launch the Kavi Subhash-Hemanta Mukhopadhyay and the Taratala-Majerhat Metro sections, in addition to several other public works projects.

4. According to ANI, the Taratala-Majerhat Metro portions include the Majerhat Metro Station, which is an architectural marvel consisting of an elevated station that spans railway lines, platforms, and a canal. This station further demonstrates the unique approach to boosting urban mobility.

5. In addition to the project in Kolkata, Prime Minister Modi is going to inaugurate several other significant projects all around the country. The stretch of the Pune Metro that runs from Ruby Hall Clinic to Ramwadi, the Kochi Metro Rail Phase I Extension that runs from SN Junction Metro station to Tripunithura Metro station, the stretch of the Agra Metro that runs from Taj East Gate to Mankameshwar, and the Duhai-Modinagar (North) section of the Delhi-Meerut RRTS Corridor are all scheduled to be flagged off today. Additionally, he will be the one to lay the foundation stone for the extension of the Pune Metro Rail project phase 1 between the Pimpri Chinchwad Metro and the Nigdi Metro terminal. In addition, he would lay the foundation stone, dedicate, and inaugurate several infrastructure-related projects including rail, road, and petroleum and natural gas projects at Bettiah, which is located in the West Champaran district of Bihar. These projects are estimated to be valued at approximately 12,800 crore rupees.

One rally was held at Arambagh, which is located in the Hooghly district, and the other was held in Krishnanagar, which is located in the Nadia district. Both rallies were held in West Bengal. A no-holds-barred campaign had been launched against the TMC administration led by Mamata Banerjee for “atrocities on women” in Sandeshkhali. He stated that the entire nation is simmering with rage over the matter, and he urged people to guarantee that her party comes out on the losing end of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

At ten o'clock this morning, Mamata Banerjee is going to make a significant announcement.
It has been announced by Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister of West Bengal, that she will make a significant announcement to the general public at ten o'clock today. Additionally, she has requested that everyone follow her Facebook page to receive additional announcements.

The Chief Minister of Bengal, Mamata, had earlier stated, “Remember, when the Bengal government gives a guarantee, it goes all out to fulfil it.” This statement was made during a government programme that took place on Tuesday in the Paschim Medinipur district. When it comes to comparable pledges and guarantees, however, Delhi (Centre) is not very good at keeping them. There is no basis for the people to accept the guarantees that Delhi has provided. When it comes to elections, they are comparable to gas balloons that are inflated and then launched into the high air. All of the balloons will burst as soon as all of the votes have been cast.

By Kriss

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