PM Modi will inaugurate Terminal-2 of Bengaluru International Airport from today on two-day South India tour

PM Modi Southern States Visit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go on a tour of South Indian states today. PM Modi will visit four South Indian states in two days to inaugurate and lay the foundation stone for development schemes worth crores of rupees.

Nov 11, 2022 - 09:51
PM Modi will inaugurate Terminal-2 of Bengaluru International Airport from today on two-day South India tour

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Karnataka today. Where he will inaugurate Terminal-2 of Bangalore International Airport. Terminal-2 of Bangalore International Airport has been prepared at a cost of 5000 crores. Many pictures of it were revealed before the inauguration. In the pictures, this terminal looks like a part of a royal palace. Along with the inauguration of Terminal-2 of Bengaluru International Airport, PM Modi will also launch other development schemes.

According to information received from the PMO, PM Modi will be on a visit to South Indian states on November 11 and 12. In these two days, he will travel to four states of South India. According to the information, PM Modi will travel to Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Where he will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of development schemes worth 25 thousand crores. Security has been tightened for PM Modi's visit. Along with this, the route has also been diverted wherever the PM's program is to be held.

According to the PMO, the PM will reach Bengaluru's HAL airport at around 10 am, after which he will travel by road to Suvarna Vidhana Sauda. Around 10.30 am he will lay wreaths at the statues of Sant Kanakadas and Valmiki in the presence of Jagadguru Niranjanand Puri Mahaswami.

After this, by around 10.50 am, Prime Minister Modi will reach Krantiveer Sangoli Rayanna railway station, where he will flag off the country's 5th Vande Bharat Express train from platform 7 at around 11 am.

After this, PM Modi will leave for Air Force Training Command Center at Hebbal at around 11.10 am, from where he will reach Kempegowda International Airport by helicopter. There the Prime Minister will inaugurate Terminal 2, built on the lines of the Garden City of Bangalore.

He will then unveil the 108 feet tall statue of Kempegowda, the founder of Bengaluru, at around 12.10 pm. Along with this, a program will also be organized at the airport, which will be addressed by the PM at around 1.35 pm.

On Saturday, the Prime Minister will inaugurate and lay foundation stones of various projects worth ten and a half thousand crore rupees in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. It also includes a six-lane green field Raipur-Visakhapatnam Economic Corridor. Along with this, Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of projects worth more than nine and a half thousand crores in Ramagundam, Telangana. He will then address the 36th convocation of Gandhigram Rural Institute in Gandhigram, Tamil Nadu. More than two thousand three hundred students will be awarded degrees in the convocation ceremony.

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