PM Modi Commits ₹10,500 Cr Projects in Vizag, Priority to Blue Economy

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today dedicated to the nation projects worth 10,500 Crores. He laid the foundation stone and dedicates multiple projects in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. He also emphasised the need to strengthen Blue Economy.

    Addressing the people of the state and the nation PM Modi said “People of Andhra Pradesh have made a prominent name for themselves in every field”

    He added, “The path to development is multidimensional. It focuses on the needs and necessities of the common citizen and presents a roadmap for advanced infrastructure”

    Furthermore the PM Modi expressed “Our vision is of inclusive growth and inclusive development”, additionally, “PM Gati Shakti National Master Plan has not only accelerated the pace of infrastructure construction but has also reduced the cost of projects”

    PM Modi stated Building Blue Economy is a big priority for the Nation

    Highlighting the future of Industry he mentioned “Blue economy has become such a big priority for the first time”

    Be it education or entrepreneurship, technology or medical profession, the Prime Minister said that the people of Andhra Pradesh have made a prominent name for themselves in every field. He further added that this recognition is not only a result of professional qualities but also the outgoing and jovial nature of the people of Andhra Pradesh.

    The Prime Minister expressed delight at the projects that are being dedicated and whose foundation stones are laid today and said that it will further the pace of development in the state.

    Remarking that the path to development is multidimensional, the Prime Minister said that it focuses on the needs and necessities of the common citizen and presents a roadmap for advanced infrastructure.

    He highlighted the government’s vision of inclusive growth. The Prime Minister lamented the isolated approach to infrastructure development by the previous governments which resulted in higher logistics expenses and created a dent in the supply chain.

    He informed that the government adopted a new approach to infrastructure development as supply chain and logistics depend on multi-modal connectivity while focussing on an integrated view of development.

    Giving an example of the integrated view of development from today’s projects, the Prime Minister listed out the 6-lane roads in the proposed economic corridor project, a separate road for port connectivity, the beautification of Visakhapatnam railway station and the construction of the state-of-the-art fishing harbour.


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