PM Narendra Modi on Saturday mentioned that Rajasthan has potential to develop at a quick tempo and that’s the reason the federal government is making report investments within the state.
He additionally laid the inspiration stone of growth tasks price Rs 24, 300 crore on the assembly place in Bikaner’s Naurangdesar village.
Modi mentioned that Rajasthan has scored a double century so far as expressways are involved. Earlier Delhi-Mumbai Expressway was constructed in Dausa. Today, the state bought the present of Amritsar-Jamnagar Express Highway.
“Rajasthan has the potential to develop at a quick tempo. That’s why we’re making report investments right here. There is immense potential for industrial growth right here. That’s why we’re facilitating connectivity right here. This hall will join Rajasthan with Haryana, Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir.
“On one hand the gap from Bikaner to Amritsar and Jodhpur can be decreased. At the identical time, the gap from Jodhpur to Jalore may even cut back. This expressway will give industrial power to all the western India. We have additionally stored the event of railways in Rajasthan on our precedence.
“If the connectivity is better, then the cottage industries of Bikaner will be able to deliver their goods to every nook and corner of the country. We declared border villages as the first villages of the country, so development is taking place in these areas, ” he mentioned.
Modi mentioned that the federal government has performed the work of giving precedence to Rajasthan in railways additionally.
“Before the year 2014, Rajasthan used to get Rs 1000 crore on an average for the development of railways but now, on an average, we are giving Rs 10, 000 crore to Rajasthan every year for the development of railways.”
PM Modi additionally talked about Salasar Balaji and Karni Mata. He mentioned that Salasar Balaji and Karni Mata have all the time stored Rajasthan at number-1. In such a state of affairs, the central authorities can also be placing full power to maintain Rajasthan number-1 in growth.
Modi was accompanied by Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari.
Gadkari mentioned that this freeway will show to be a progress engine for Rajasthan.
“Employment will come, poverty will go away. We faced a lot of difficulty in completing this project. Even today there are difficulties in doing this program. Our pandal was also blown away in the storm, ” Gadkari mentioned.
Through this freeway, the journey time from Amritsar (Punjab) to Jamnagar (Gujarat) will now take 13 hours as an alternative of 26 hours. Apart from this, the gap between Amritsar to Jamnagar may even be decreased from 1430 km to 1316 km.