Will take Bengal to the pinnacle of development: PM Modi tweets ahead of Bengal visit
Ahead of his visit to West Bengal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted a promise to take the state to the pinnacle of development. The Prime Minister will hold a public meeting at Dunlop Maidan in Hooghly on Monday (February 22).
PM Modi will inaugurate the Noapara-Dakshineswar metro line from a government function. Earlier, he also recalled the contribution of Bengal in the progress of the country.
It has been informed that the Prime Minister will inaugurate the Noapara-Dakshineswar 4.1 km metro line on Monday. The project has cost Rs 464 crore. The central government has given the whole money for the construction of the metro line.
PM Modi will also inaugurate the 30 km third line from Kalaikunda to Jhargram. The stations along this route have also been rebuilt in new ways.
Ahead of the visit, the Prime Minister wrote on Twitter, “Exceptional personalities born in the great land of Bengal have contributed to the progress of the country. Our goal is to take that Bengal to the peak of development. I will be present in Hooghly tomorrow for the inauguration of several projects.”
Preparations were in full swing before PM Modi’s visit to Dunlop Maidan in Hooghly. The work of making the stage is almost finished. The area has already been taken over by members of the special forces in charge of the PM's security.
BJP workers from Hooghly, Howrah, East Burdwan, North 24 Parganas and Nadia will be present at the programme, party sources said. However, Trinamool claims that Modi's show will be a big flop at Hooghly.