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PM Narendra Modi lays foundation stone for infrastructure projects, addresses public meeting at Mokama

New Delhi, Oct 15 :-- Prime Minister Narendra Modion Saturday laid the foundation stone for four sewerage projects under the Namami Gange programme; and four National Highway projects, at Mokama in Bihar.


The total outlay of these projects is over Rs. 3700 crore.


Addressing a large public meeting, the Prime Minister said that he is delighted to come to a land closely associated with the great poet Ramdhari Singh Dinkar Ji.


He assured everyone that the Union Government and the State Government will do everything possible for Bihar's growth.


The Prime Minister said that the Government is working tirelessly to fulfil the aspirations of the people.


He said the projects whose foundation stones are being laid today will give impetus to Bihar's development.


He added that the Government is focussing on increased pace of road construction.




 The projects related to Namami Gange will help preserve the River Ganga, he said.


Referring to the recent launch of the Antyodaya expresses, he said these will improve connectivity between Bihar, eastern India and other parts of the country. Asserting that good connectivity will lead to greater development, the Prime Minister said stress is being given to roads, railways, and waterways.


The four National Highway projects for which foundation stones have been laid include:


• 4-laning of Aunta-Simariya section of NH-31 and construction of 6-lane Ganga Setu


• 4 laning of Bakhtiyarpur-Mokama section of NH-31


• 2-lane construction of Maheshkhunt-Saharsa-Purnea section of NH 107


• 2-lane construction of Biharsharif-Barbigha-Mokama section of NH-82


The four sewerage projects include Sewage Treatment Plant at Beur, Sewerage System with Sewer Network at Beur, Sewage Treatment Plant at Karmalichak and STP and Sewer Network at Saidpur. These projects together will create new STP capacity of 120 MLD and upgrade the existing 20 MLD for Beur.

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