PM to inaugurate three major development projects worth around Rs 10,000 crore in Gorakhpur

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will dedicate to the nation three major development projects in Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh today. The three major development projects worth around ten thousand crore rupees. These projects will generate employment. The Prime Minister will inaugurate the Fertiliser Plant is being reopened after it was shut down 30 years ago. The opening of the plant will yield daily production of 3850 metric tonne neem coated urea and 2200 metric tonnes liquid ammonia. This will ensure uninterrupted supply of neem coated urea to farmers. It will also benefit farmers of nearby states of Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Chattisgarh, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh.

Prime Minister will also  inaugurate All India Institute of Medical Sciences at Gorakhpur to be spread over 112 acres  at a cost of 1011 crore rupees. A 300 bed hospital has excellent healthcare services to patients of Purvanchal along with Nepal. This will ensure decrease in dependency on big cities for treatment and healthcare. Mr. Modi will also  inaugurate new building of the Regional  Medical Research Centre. The Centre has played a key role in curing people from Acute Encephalitis Syndrome.  The Centre has the facility of resarch on Japanese Encephalitis and its high quality test to control the disease. It will greatly benefit the people of Purvanchal.

Prime Minister Modi is visiting  Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh to dedicate to the nation these three development projects today.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of the Fertiliser Plant and AIIMS in 2016. Both are ready within 5 years. People are hopeful that these projects will bring change in the region.

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