PM Modi promises to create a lot of jobs and says “Viksit Bihar” would happen soon

May 13, New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed his and the BJP’s “unwavering dedication” to building a “Viksit Bharat” and a “Viksit Bihar” by launching a slew of infrastructure and connectivity projects that will eventually lead to significant development and employment generation in the state. On Monday, Modi spoke at back-to-back public meetings in the cities of Hajipur, Muzaffarpur, and Saran.

“Modi’s pledge to create jobs is reaffirmed by his intention to modernize over 90 railway stations in Bihar. In addition, the building of four crore pucca homes nationwide—40 lakh of which are in Bihar alone—has boosted economic activity in addition to providing housing. PM Modi said at Hajipur that “buying building supplies from neighborhood stores has helped Bihar’s youth even more by promoting jobs, trade, and entrepreneurial opportunities.”

In response to the Congress’s focus on “youth unemployment” in the current Lok Sabha elections, Prime Minister Modi highlighted the several ongoing initiatives in Bihar that have given young people work in a variety of industries.”Over the last 10 years, there has been a significant potential for employment due to the development of roads, including expressways, and continuing projects like thermal power plants and fertiliser factories in Bihar. Further opportunities for employment development are shown by the building of many huge bridges over the Ganga River and the advancement of the Patna Metro project, the speaker stated.

Additionally, networks for the transportation of LPG gas and natural gas to every community are being established. Is it really the case that these initiatives aren’t creating jobs? PM Modi inquired.The Prime Minister only committed to the country and established the groundwork for several development projects valued at Rs 21,400 crore in Aurangabad in March of this year. He insisted that the state had experienced a renewed sense of fervor and self-assurance since the return of a double-engine Bihar government.

A six-lane bridge over the Ganga River, twelve projects under the Namami Gange umbrella created at an approximate cost of Rs 2,190 crore, many railway projects, and other National Highway projects valued at over Rs 18,100 crore are all included. All these projects, the PM insisted, will “change the picture” of cities like Patna, Nalanda, Jahanabad, Gaya, Vaishali, Samastipur, and Darbhanga while at the same time bringing in large numbers of tourists to Bodhgaya, Vishnupad, Rajgir, Nalanda, Vaishali, and Pavapuri. This includes the Varanasi-Kolkata Expressway, which will shorten travel time to UP and Kolkata by several hours.

In Aurangabad on March 2, Prime Minister Modi said, “Development of Bihar, peace, rule of law and order, and providing rights to sisters and daughters are Modi’s guarantees.” He also expressed complete confidence in his ability to work toward delivering on these promises and building a “Viskit Bihar” during the government’s third term.

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