To attain a jumpstart for the upcoming elections in Bihar PM Modi inaugurated three petroleum projects worth Rs 900 crore. After two days, now PM Modi attended the inauguration ceremony of water-related infrastructure projects.
Projects inaugurated ahead of Bihar elections
On Tuesday Prime Minister Narendra Modi virtually inaugurated and laid the foundation for seven urban Infrastructure projects worth Rs 541 Crores. The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) announced with the statement that the seven urban infrastructure projects would include four projects related to water supply, two for sewerage treatment, and one for riverfront development.
The Bihar Urban Infrastructure Development Corporation (BUIDCO) under the Urban Development and Housing Department of Bihar will undertake all seven projects. The sewage treatment plants built under Namami Gange at Beur and Karmaichak in Patna Municipal Corporation and water supply projects built under AMRUT Mission in Siwan Municipal Council and Chapra Municipal corporation will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Modi. The water supply projects will help local residents to get pure drinking water throughout the day.
Water Infrastructure projects will provide locals with clean drinkable water
Ahead of the assembly elections which are to be held in October- November this year, Modi will lay the foundation of Munger and Jamalpur water supply schemes under the AMRUT Mission. These water supply schemes will help locals to attain clear water through pipelines.
To kickstart his campaign for elections PM Modi hailed Bihar as a ‘powerhouse of talent’ and also applauded Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar for carrying out good governance in Bihar. PM Modi also announced that he will lay the foundation stone of the Muzaffarpur Riverfront Development Scheme built under Namami Gange. Under this project, three ghats of Muzaffarpur which are the Poorvi Akhada Ghat, Seedhi Ghat, and Chandwara Ghat will be developed with basic necessities like toilets, information desk, changing room, pathway, watch over, etc.