PM lays the Foundation Stone of 13 Infrastructure Projects

Enthusiastic crowds greeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Amroodon Wala Bagh in Jaipur, as per news reports. Prime Minister Narendra Modi reciprocated the warmth by inaugurating or laying the foundation stone for thirteen urban infrastructure projects, with a total outlay of over Rs. 2100 crore. This includes a 2.7 km long Elevated Road Project for Ajmer under the Smart City Mission which will be completed within 2 years. Another project is the Integrated Infrastructure package for walled city of Udaipur. This includes drinking water supply, sewerage and road network and underground electrification of Udaipur. It will cost Rs 537 crore.
The upgrading of STPs in Dholpur, Nagaur, Alwar and Jodhpur costing Rs 122 crore was also unveiled. The second phase of sewerage project in Sikar under the Amrut Mission, Rs 370 crore worth STP in Bhilwara, Rs 68 cr STP for Mt Abu, Gangashahar STP and Hanumangarh sewerage and water project worth Rs 281 cr have also begun.
The upgrading of STPs in Dholpur, Nagaur, Alwar and Jodhpur costing Rs 122 crore was also unveiled. The second phase of sewerage project in Sikar under the Amrut Mission, Rs 370 crore worth STP in Bhilwara, Rs 68 cr STP for Mt Abu, Gangashahar STP and Hanumangarh sewerage and water project worth Rs 281 cr have also begun.