PM Narendra Modi has started multi-crore development projects in the Himachal Pradesh towns of Una and Chamba.
Three new train projects are in progress to connect Himachal via a rail network. The PM inaugurated the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) in Una and signalled the start of the new Vande Bharat Express’s first run from Amb Andaura, Una to New Delhi.
Additionally, he lay the cornerstone for the bulk drug park, which would be built at Haroli in Una at a cost of more than 1,900 crore rupees. It will generate raw materials for the production of pharmaceuticals and lessen India’s reliance on foreign countries. It will strengthen the government’s effort to offer people access to high-quality, reasonably priced medical care.
The Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY)-III, which would upgrade 3,125 km of rural roads, was introduced by the PM in Chamba. He also lay the cornerstones for two hydropower projects: the 30 MW Deothal Chanju project and the 48 MW Chanju-III project.
Under this phase of the PMGSY-III, the national government has authorised more than 420 crore for the improvement of 440 km of rural roads in 15 border and remote blocks of the state.
It is anticipated that the two hydropower projects will produce over 270 million units of energy yearly and bring in about Rs 110 crore in revenue for Himachal Pradesh.
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