Sat. Feb 24th, 2024


Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to reach in Bengaluru on Friday to take part within the inaugural operate of the Boeing India Engineering and Technology Centre (BIETC) and launch the Boeing Sukanya Programme geared toward empowering ladies in aviation in India.

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah will obtain PM Modi at Bengaluru International Airport at 2:10 p.m. and take part within the launch programmes scheduled to be held between 2:45 p.m. and three:45 p.m. CM Siddaramaiah will even see PM Modi off at 3:55 p.m.

Leader of the Opposition (LoP) R. Ashoka said on Friday that PM Modi will inaugurate the BIETC, constructed with a capital of Rs 1, 600 crore in a 43-acre campus. He will even launch the Boeing Sukanya programme, which can present ample alternatives for younger ladies to obtain talent coaching within the aviation sector.

BJP State President B.Y. Vijayendra said: “Welcome to our proud Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is coming to inaugurate BEITC at Bhattaramaranahalli near Devanahalli town.”

Former Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai prolonged a hearty welcome to Prime Minister Modi on behalf of all Kannada individuals.

Boeing’s new campus in Devanahalli, near Bengaluru International Airport, is a high-tech aerospace park, stated to be the most important Boeing facility outdoors the US.

Officials stated: “Boeing’s new campus in India will become a cornerstone for partnership with the vibrant startup, private, and government ecosystem in India, helping develop next-generation products and services for the global aerospace and defense industry.”

The Boeing Sukanya programme goals to assist the entry of extra ladies from throughout India into the nation’s rising aviation sector.

The site visitors police have launched advisories for car riders and drivers in Bengaluru forward of PM Modi’s go to from 8 a.m. to six p.m. The advisory has requested all commuters to the airport to compulsorily use Ballary Road. It has additionally requested passengers to plan their journey on Friday contemplating the site visitors restrictions.

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