Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to embark on a two-day tour of Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu on April 24 and 25. During his visit, he will inaugurate and lay foundation stones of projects worth more than Rs. 27,000 crores, which are expected to promote economic growth and development in these regions.

On April 24, PM Modi will participate in the National Panchayati Raj Day celebrations at Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, where he will inaugurate an integrated eGramSwaraj and GeM portal for public procurement at the Panchayat level. He will also lay the foundation stone and dedicate it to the nation’s projects worth around Rs.19,000 crores, including roads and highways, water supply and irrigation, and renewable energy projects.

On the second day of his tour, PM Modi will flag off the Vande Bharat Express at Thiruvananthapuram Central Railway Station in Kerala. He will also lay the foundation stone and dedicate to the nation’s development projects worth more than Rs. 3,200 crores, including a new IT building, a petrochemical complex, and a hospital. Additionally, he will visit the NAMO Medical Education & Research Institute and lay the foundation stone and dedicate to the nation various development projects worth more than Rs. 4,850 crores at Silvassa, Dadra and Nagar Haveli. Later in the day, he will inaugurate the Devka Seafront at Daman, which is expected to boost tourism in the region.

Through the inauguration and initiation of several development projects worth over Rs. 27,000 crores, the prime minister’s visit to these four states is aimed at boosting the infrastructure and economy of these regions. The projects are part of the government’s efforts to build world-class infrastructure, create jobs, and improve the standard of living of the people.

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