Guwahati. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday laid the foundation stone of the Rs 498 crore Kamakhya Temple Corridor in Assam during his two-day North-East visit. Along with this, he inaugurated several development projects worth Rs 11,600 crore in the state. Read this also: Minister Bhujbal’s resignation in protest against Maratha reservation, announced from the stage in the OBC rally…

During this tour before the Lok Sabha elections, PM Modi held a road show with Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma, after which he inaugurated the projects. This includes the project of upgrading the Nehru Stadium to an international standard sports stadium and Nehru Stadium in Chandrapur to a FIFA standard football stadium, Modi said, to boost sports infrastructure in the state.

Along with this, PM Modi also laid the foundation stone of several road upgradation projects worth more than Rs 3,400 crore, under which 43 roads including 38 bridges will be upgraded as part of the South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation (SASEC) Corridor connectivity.

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Along with this, he also inaugurated two 4-lane projects – Dolabari to Jamuguri and Bishwanath Chariyali to Gohpur. He laid the foundation stone for the development of Guwahati Medical College and hospital infrastructure and a medical college at Karimganj. After the program, Modi is scheduled to return to New Delhi on Sunday afternoon.

PM Modi’s North-East visit before the Lok Sabha elections is important. In the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, NDA will try to further improve the results of 2019. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, NDA had won nine out of 14 Lok Sabha seats.

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