Lucknow: Staging to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi in traditional Bundeli style | Lucknow News

JHANSI: Careful preparations have been made for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Jalaun on Saturday to dedicate the long-awaited 296 km to the nation Bundelkhand Expressway. The program will take place at Kaitheri toll station near Orai.
The PM, expected around 11 a.m. if the official program of CPM has not been made public, will address a huge gathering after the inaugural ceremony.
A massive tent was pitched for the public meeting in an area of ​​11,500 square meters that can accommodate 1 lakh people. Special efforts have been made to showcase the Bundeli traditions as well as the specialties of the seven districts of the region.
A special sand model has been made featuring several important destinations from each of the seven districts of Bundelkhand. There will be an exhibition showcasing culture, economic activities, tourism, literature, infrastructure development as well as regional recipes.
A special 3D gallery has also been made which will take the public on a virtual tour of the highway.
According to the regional tourism officer, Jhansi division, Kirti which is also overseeing arrangements, 55 regional cultural groups will perform traditional dances to welcome the Prime Minister while a series of billboards have been displayed highlighting Bundelkhand’s significant milestones. She also informed TOI that the Prime Minister will also receive a regional painting.
The 296.1 km Bundelkhand highway has been developed with a budget of Rs 14,800 crore and will connect the village Gonda on NH-35 in Chitrakoot district with Kudrail village on Agra-Lucknow highway in Etawah district. It will pass through Banda, Mahoba, Hamirpur, Jalaun and Auraiya districts of UP. The highway would prove to be a major turning point in the economic development of this region otherwise still labeled as backward.
CM Yogi Adityanath who went there a few days ago to take stock of the developments said that the motorway will prove to be the pivot of the development of this region while announcing that it was completed before the scheduled time despite many challenges, including the Covid-19 pandemic.

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