NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting Jaipur today in order to lay the foundation stone of 13 urban infrastructure projects worth over Rs. 2,100 crores. Besides this  PM Modi will gather feedbacks from beneficiaries of various central and state-run public welfare schemes under ‘Pradhan Mantri Jansanwad’ programme. For the purpose, the gathering will take place at ‘Amrudoon ka Bagh’.

As per the news sources, “2.5 lakh beneficiaries of various schemes like Ujjwala Yojana, Mudra Yojana, Skill India, Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram, Shramik Kalyan Card and others will gather at  ‘Amrudoon ka Bagh’ in order to share their feedback about the schemes with PM Narendra Modi. The sources even said that as per the reports there are around 95,66,000 people in Rajasthan who have been benefited from several government-run schemes.

The news sources further added that the multiple important projects on which PM Modi will lay foundation are ‘the Integrated Infrastructure package for walled city of Udaipur’, ‘Elevated Road Project for Ajmer’, ‘Water Supply and Sewerage projects in various cities’, ‘Upgradation of STPs in Dholpur, Nagaur, Alwar, and Jodhpur’.

A news even came up according to which an official ordered to spend around Rs 7crores for travel-related purposes regarding the beneficiaries of welfare schemes so that they can reach the gathering place  Amrudon Ka Bagh stadium without any problem. And the money for the purpose will surely come from the scheme funds.

“The state government has arranged 5,579 buses to bring people to the Amrudon Ka Bagh stadium where the PM is scheduled to address the gathering”, officials said.

These people will be brought from 33 districts from which the largest number of buses are planned to arrive from Alwar, Udaipur and Ajmer districts while 532 buses are expected to arrive from Jaipur in order to ferry the beneficiaries to the venue. And for the above-said purpose, the government will spend Rs. 722.53 lakh, said the General Administration Department (GAD).

Regarding travelling and safety facilities of PM Modi, in Jaipur, two helipads for the landing of PM Modi have already been constructed at the Sawai Man Singh Stadium. Whereas CCTV cameras have been placed in such a way that it will cover all the Sensitive areas in the city,  temporary control rooms have also been set up for emergency situations in order to alert the field units if any suspicious activity comes up during the arrival and at the time of programme.