Before the start of the first phase of the Kashi Vishwanath Temple Road project, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Honoured To Construction Workers.
President Narendra Modi today acknowledged construction work to support the completion of the Kashi Vishwanath Corridor project by spraying flowers.
The director paid tribute to the construction workers before launching the first phase of a large project connecting the Kashi Vishwanath temple to the Ganga river.
An on-site video shows staff working on flower arrangements. Workers in fluorescent coats sit with their hands held, the Prime Minister explodes and walks between them.
Then the prime minister clicked on a group photo of all the construction workers involved in the construction that the prime minister was happy with.
During the meeting, the Prime minister said, “Today I want to thank all the brothers and sisters who have worked so hard to build this great house. They did not give up. the opportunity to meet them and receive their blessings.
The Temple Corridor project aims to ensure the easy movement of pilgrims and worshipers between the Ghat and the temple. Previously, to get to the temple, you had to cross a busy street.
The first phase of the project was built at a cost of Rs 339 million and consists of 23 buildings spread over an area of approximately 5 million square feet. The project, launched in 2019, will cost around Rs 80 billion in total.
Receive over 300 items to complete the Grand Plan. The Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement that some 1,400 Workers, tenants and landlords have been rebuilt.
More than 40 ancient temples were rediscovered during the operation. The PMO statement said it had returned, to ensure that no changes will be made to the old model.