PM Narendra Modi inaugurates 13 Projects worth over ₹1,850 cr in Manipur & lays the foundation stone of 9 projects worth around ₹2,950 cr

PM Narendra Modi inaugurates 13 Projects worth over ₹1,850 crores in Manipur & lays the foundation stone of 9 projects worth around ₹2,950 crore; spanning across sectors such as Road Infrastructure, Drinking Water Supply, Health, Urban Development, IT & more :

A few days from now, on January 21, Manipur will complete 50 years of statehood. I am sure that North East is all set to become the new gate of development for the country.

Manipur will become the main source of India’s growth trajectory & will stretch its potential to other parts of India via enhanced road connectivity & infrastructure projects.

The North East, where Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s army hoisted the flag for the first time calling it the gateway to India’s independence, is now becoming the gateway to fulfill the dreams of New India.

60% of households in Manipur have got access to clean tap water through the Har Ghar Jal programme, reflecting the commitment of the ‘double-engine’ sarkar.

Manipur has seen commendable success in various areas:
1. 80,000 houses have sanctioned under PM Awas Yojana
2. 4,25,000 people have benefitted under Ayushman Bharat Mission
3. 1.5 lakh free gas & 1.3 lakh free electricity connection have been provided
4. 30,000 houses now have toilets under Swachh Bharat Mission
4. 30,000 houses now have toilets under Swachh Bharat Mission
5. 30 lakh free vaccine doses have been administered so far.

Today, Manipur is becoming a symbol of a new culture of change. Though connectivity is a priority, Creativity is equally important.

Mount Harriet in Andaman was named Mount Manipur as a tribute to our freedom fighters.

New development projects in the pipeline have proved that the ‘double-engine’ government is dedicated to shifting its focus from ‘Don’t look east’ to ‘Act-East’.

The Palm Oil mission is worth ₹11,000 core & will enable farmers in the northeast to become Aatmanirbhar and reduce dependence on imports.

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