CM Dhami reached Badrinath before the Prime Minister’s visit, took stock of the preparations

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inspect the reconstruction works at Kedarnath and Badrinath on October 21 after offering prayers there. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh reached Badrinath Dham on Wednesday as part of his visit. Here he took stock of the preparations and reviewed them.

Necessary guidelines were given to the inspecting officers:
While worshiping and worshiping Lord Badri Vishal at the Badrinath temple, the CM prayed for the happiness and prosperity of the state. During this, he gave necessary directions to the officers while conducting on-site inspection of various development works conducted under the master plan in Badrinath Dham.
On this occasion, District Magistrate Himanshu Khurana, CDO Dr. Lalit Narayan Mishra, Additional District Magistrate Dr. Abhishek Tripathi, SDM Kumkum Joshi and senior officers of the manufacturing organizations were present.

PM to lay foundation stone of Kedarnath ropeway project
On October 21, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone of the Kedarnath Ropeway project in Kedarnath, while after darshan in Badrinath, he will lay the foundation stone of road and ropeway projects under the Vibrant Village scheme, which has been started for the development of marginal areas in Mana, the last village of the country.

This is the sixth visit to Kedarnath and the second visit to Badrinath:
This is Namo’s sixth visit to Kedarnath and second to Badrinath as Prime Minister. On October 21, after staying in Kedarnath for about two and a half hours, the Prime Minister will leave for Badrinath. After darshan and worship of Lord Badrinarayan, he will see the ongoing reconstruction works in Riverfront and Saket Chowk.

Prime Minister will leave for Delhi on the morning of 22 October:
In the afternoon, the Prime Minister will participate in the program organized in Mana village and then return to Badrinath and inspect the construction work of Arrival Plaza and Lake. In the evening, a theme based presentation of Badrinath will be made before him. After spending the night in Badrinath, the Prime Minister will leave for Delhi on the morning of 22 October.

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