PM attended the Griha Pravesh of more than 2.2 Lakh Houses in Gwalior

By Bricksnwall | 2023-10-03

PM attended the Griha Pravesh of more than 2.2 Lakh Houses in Gwalior

On October 2, 2023, Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the Griha Pravesh of more than 2.2 lakh homes constructed under PMAY-Gramin in accordance with the Housing for All vision. He also dedicated the PMAY-Urban homes, which cost about Rs 140 crore to build.


The PM also dedicated and laid the cornerstone for other development initiatives worth over Rs 19,260 crore during his visit to Gwalior.


The Delhi-Vadodara Expressway, which was opened by the PM and cost an estimated Rs 11,895 crore to build, was officially opened. Additionally, Modi laid the cornerstone for five other road projects totaling more than Rs 1,880 crore.


The PM visited the districts of Gwalior and Sheopur, where he lay the cornerstone for projects funded by the Jal Jeevan Mission totaling more than Rs 1,530 crore. These projects will collectively assist more than 720 villages in the area, according to the PIB statement.


Modi also laid the cornerstone for the construction of nine health centers as part of the Ayushman Bharat Health Infrastructure Mission, which would cost more than Rs 150 crore. IIT Indore, the Multi-Modal Logistics Park in Indore, the Integrated Industrial Township in Ujjain, the IOCL bottling factory, and the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Divyang Sports Training Centre in Gwalior, among other projects, are among those whose foundation stones were laid by the PM.


Additionally, the PM launched a number of construction projects worth roughly Rs 7,000 crore earlier that day in Chittorgarh, Rajasthan. To encourage a gas-based economy, he opened the Rs 4,500 crore Mehsana, Bhatinda, and Gurdaspur Gas Pipeline. The new NH-52, or four-lane road, on the Darah-Jhalawar-Teendhar portion of National Highway 12 (NH-12), was opened by the prime minister. A rough estimate puts the construction cost at Rs. 1,480 crore. This will make it simple to transport the mined goods from the districts of Kota and Jhalawar. Modi also lay the cornerstone for the building and enlargement of Sawai Madhopur's two-lane to four-lane railway over bridge (ROB). The expansion of the railway lines between Kota and Chittorgarh and Chittorgarh and Neemuch are among the other railway projects. These initiatives cost over 650 crore rupees to execute.