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PM may flag off Mahamana Express to Varanasi on Sept 22

PM may flag off Mahamana Express to Varanasi on Sept 22

He will inaugurate around 17 infrastructure projects, flag off the third Mahamana Express during his visit.

Constructed at a cost of Rs. 300 crore, Deendayal Hastkala Sankul - a trade facilitation centre for handicrafts, is a new ray of hope for handloom workers and craftpersons.

The train also has LED lighting across all coaches.

Varanasi is being spruced up before the visit of PM Modi, with fresh coatings to the roads and cleaning up of riverbanks.

Now, the third model to be inaugurated on 22n September, a weekly train that runs between Vadodara and Varanasi. Modi had won the elections from Vadodra and Varanasi.

At the same venue, the PM will inaugurate services of the Utkarsh Bank, which specialises in micro-finance.

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At the same venue, the Prime Minister will also unveil plaques to mark the laying of Foundation Stone or dedication of various development works in the city.

On August 20, posters showing Varanasi MP Prime Minister Narendra Modi had surfaced in the temple town, highlighting that Modi had not visited Varanasi in months. The launch will also be symbolic since it is named after former Hindu Mahasabha president Madan Mohan Malviya, also addressed as "Mahamana". It will arrive in Varanasi tomorrow.

He will meet Bharatiya Janata Party workers at the Diesel Locomotive Works (DLW) guest house. The prime minister will briefly participate in a sanitation-related activity in a village of Shahanshahpur, where he will be distributing certificates to beneficiaries of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Rural and Urban) before addressing the gathering.

In a major outreach initiative, Modi will also interact with a gathering of almost 700 Muslim women at the DLW auditorium, Bhardwaj said.The prime minister will also felicitate some madrassa students, he said.

The current visit comes weeks before the Lok Sabha elections to two UP seats, namely in Gorakhpur and Phulpur, which have been vacated by UP CM Yogi Adityanath and UP deputy CM Keshav Maurya.


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