Booth-level worker meet on Modi’s Varanasi agenda

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Published: 22nd December 2016 12:42 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd December 2016 12:46 AM   |  A+A-


Prime Minister Narendra Modi (File | PTI)

By Express News Service

LUCKNOW: Narendra Modi will be visiting his parliamentary constituency and holy city Varanasi on Thursday.

It will be his fifth visit this year and ninth since he took over as Prime Minister in 2014. Apart from addressing BJP cadre and functionaries, the Prime Minister will also take part in the National Cultural
Festival underway at the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) campus.

Modi is also expected to gift four major health centres and hospitals to the people of his constituency during his visit.

According to district administration sources, all arrangements for the PM’s visit have been made and a tight security cover has been put in place. Modi will first visit the BHU campus where will lay the foundation stone for the Madan Mohan Malaviya Cancer Centre and Shatabdi Super Speciality Hospital.

From the BHU, the PM will visit Kabir Nagar to review underground cabling and installation of heritage street lighting system under the Integrated Power Development Scheme.

He will also lay the foundation stone of the ESIC Super Hospital and BRS Health Research Institute at DLW Ground and dedicate the Trade Facilitation Centre and Craft Museum. He will wind up his visit with an address to booth-level workers of his constituency.


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