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PM Modi will visit Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, will give gifts worth crores

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to visit Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu on January 19. At around 10.45 am, PM Modi will inaugurate several development projects in Solapur, Maharashtra. At 2.45 pm, he will inaugurate the Boeing India Engineering and Technology Center in Bengaluru and launch the Boeing Sukanya program. After this, PM Modi will attend the opening ceremony of Khelo India Youth Games 2023 in Chennai, Tamil Nadu at around 6 pm. Let us tell you that PM Modi will also participate in a public program in Solapur, Maharashtra. During this, he will lay the foundation stone of 8 AMRUT projects worth about Rs 2000 crore in Maharashtra.

PM Narendra Modi will visit three states

In Maharashtra, PM Modi will hand over more than 90 thousand houses completed under PMAY-Urban to the beneficiaries. After that, PM Modi will also hand over 15 thousand houses in Rainagar Housing Society in Solapur. Let us tell you that these houses or their beneficiaries include thousands of handloom workers, vendors, power loom workers, garbage collectors and beedi makers. Apart from this, PM Modi will also launch the first and second installments of 10 thousand beneficiaries of PM Swanidhit from this program. PM Modi is scheduled to inaugurate the new state-of-the-art Boeing India Engineering and Technology Center campus in Bengaluru.

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Let us tell you that this 43-acre complex here, built at a cost of Rs 1600 crore, is Boeing’s biggest investment outside America. Let us tell you that Boeing’s new campus in India will become the basis for partnership with the vibrant startup, private and government ecosystem in India. Will help develop global aerospace and defense industries and services. Prime Minister will launch the Boeing Sukanya programme. Its objective is to support the entry of more girls from across the country into the growing aviation sector. The program will provide opportunities for girls and women across India to learn critical skills in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics and train for jobs in the aviation sector.

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