PM Modi’s gift to Uttarakhand after Bihar to be inaugurated today for 6 major projects

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PM Modi's gift to Uttarakhand after Bihar to be inaugurated today for 6 major projects
PM Modi's gift to Uttarakhand after Bihar to be inaugurated today for 6 major projects

PM Modi’s gift to Uttarakhand after Bihar to be inaugurated today for 6 major projects

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) is now going to give a big gift to the people of Uttarakhand before Diwali after Bihar. In fact, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate 6 mega projects under Namami Gange Mission on Tuesday (September 29). These include sewage treatment plants. During the event, PM Modi will also inaugurate a museum dedicated to Ganga (Ganga Avalokan). The museum is located at Chandni Ghat on the banks of the Ganga of Haridwar.

Pm Modi himself has given information on his Twitter page in this regard. “The launch of these projects will be a milestone for Namami Gange. He said it is a matter of pride that all the 30 projects that relieve pollution in the state have now been completed,” he added.

“Tomorrow is a very important day for Devbhoomi Uttarakhand on the path of development. Six major projects in several cities including Haridwar, Rishikesh and Badrinath will be inaugurated under Namami Gange mission through video conferencing at 11 am,”

Sewer Plant of Uttarakhand

1- 68 MEGA LITRES at Jagjitpur, Haridwar in Uttarakhand and 27 MLD STPs at a cost of Rs 19.64 crore have been constructed at a cost of Rs 230.32 crore.
2- 18 MLD STP at Sarai, Haridwar at a cost of Rs 12.99 crore has been constructed.
3- 7.50 MLD STP at Chandeshwar Nagar, Rishikesh at a cost of Rs 41.12 crore.
4- 26 MLD STP at Lakkghat, Rishikesh at a cost of Rs 158 crore.
5- One MLD treatment plant at Badrinath for Rs 18.23 crore.
6- Uni Ki File, Tehri has a 5 mega litre treatment plant at a cost of Rs 39.32 crore.

Rajiv Ranjan Mishra, Director General, National Mission for Clean Ganga said that sewage treatment plants will be launched at Haridwar, Rishikesh, Uni File and Badrinath. The new sewage treatment plants built in Uttarakhand are all state-of-the-art. Solid waste will be converted into compost.

 

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