(Last Updated On: January 4, 2022)

During his visit to Tripura, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will announce two important events: Mukhyamantri Tripura Gram Samriddhi Yojana and Mission 100 at Vidyajyoti School.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will complete the new extension building at Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport (MBB) during a visit to Tripura on Tuesday.

According to the report, the airport terminal was built at a cost of around 450 crore rupees and is expected to carry four to five times more passengers than the current one Time.

The new terminal Building, a state-of-the-art 30,000 square meter terminal, is equipped with modern facilities and supports new information network (IT) integration systems.

PM Modi is expected to open a new home in Agartala, Tripura, around 2 p.m.

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A statement from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said, “The construction of the new terminal follows the President’s efforts to provide modern facilities to all airports across the country.

The new Tripura Airport building is part of the Airports Authority of India (AAI) initiative to upgrade modern and state-of-the-art airports in the North East to support the overall development of the region. .

The new Tripura airport has up to 20 lounges, 10 entrance seats, 6 on-plane parking spaces, 5 custom cabinets, 4 passenger lounges and even 1 hangar. As with Cochin International Airport, the Tripura Airport terminal will include solar power to meet most energy needs.

The architecture of the terminal building is also designed taking into account the national symbol of history and the unique cultural landscape. Local artwork and sculpture will be on display, including replicas of Unakoti Hill and Chabimura. Local bamboo art also featured a variety of attractions at the airport.

During his visit to Tripura, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will announce two important events: Mukhyamantri Tripura Gram Samriddhi Yojana and Mission 100 at Vidyajyoti School.

Vidyajyoti Schools School Plan 100 aims to improve the quality of education in the state by replacing 100 existing high schools / colleges with colleges and universities.

The project includes around 1.2 million students from kindergarten to grade XII and will cost around Rs 50 billion over the next three years.

By Anupama

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