Prime Minister Tirat Singh Rawat will meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Federal Minister of Interior Amit Shah next week. It will be in Delhi from March 22nd to March 24th. During this time, the Prime Minister, the Minister of the Interior and the Union Ministers will be invited to come to the Kumbh Mela.
Issues related to election year, the Kumbh Mela in Uttarakhand, the Chardham Yatra preparation, and the issues related to Chardham Alvedar Street and the Rishikesh Karnaprayag Railway Project, will provide information on measures being taken at the state government level to prevent the Kovid-19 epidemic.
During this time, he prepares to meet with union ministers. They will press the union ministers to approve the pending proposals related to the state government’s development plans. After becoming Prime Minister, Terat Singh Rawat did not meet the Prime Minister and Federal Minister of Interior. Both leaders were busy in assembly elections in West Bengal.
Doon returns after meeting Nada
Prime Minister Tirath Singh Rawat returned to Uttarakhand on Saturday after meeting the national head of the BJP JB Nada. He met Nada late on a Friday evening. This was a courtesy call from the prime minister, the national president. The two leaders discussed current issues.
Instructions for officials to prepare the proposal
The Prime Minister’s Office has begun submitting proposals related to all departments, which will be approved by the center. In this regard, some officials of the General Secretariat gave presentations on Saturday on proposals related to their departments.
225 Crore will be released for road improvement
Rs. 225 crore will be freed up to the Department of Road Transport and Highways of the Union for the improvement of state roads. The Ministry approved this amount under the Central Road Infrastructure Fund (CRF). The Prime Minister can demand that this amount be released.
Apart from this, the ministry has given initial approval to declare six 524 km long expressways as national highways. The prime minister can get her final approval. Under Uttarakhand’s decentralized procurement system, the center owes Rs 640 crore for the support provided. Early release of this amount can also be requested from the Ministry of Consumer Affairs.
The Prime Minister is scheduled to visit Delhi from March 22. He will visit the Prime Minister and the Minister of the Interior. He will also meet the union ministers. We will discuss proposals that are at the heart of the state government.
– Amit Singh Negi, secretary (Prime Minister)