Before the Bihar Assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday laid the foundation stone of nine NH projects to be built at a cost of Rs 14,258 crore. Apart from this, he also inaugurated optical fiber internet services to connect all 45,945 villages of Bihar with high-speed internet.
PM Modi laid the foundation stone and inaugurated these projects through video conferencing.
On this occasion, he said that today is another important day of Bihar’s development journey.
He said that within the next six months, all the villages of Bihar will be connected with high-speed internet service. Modi said that the government is taking big steps to make all the villages of the country self-sufficient. Of this scheme from Bihar.
It is beginning Under this scheme, six thousand villages of the country will be connected with optical fiber in one thousand days. 45,945 villages in Bihar
640 crore will be spent for connecting to high-speed internet
And this scheme will be completed by March 2021. this program Many leaders including Bihar Governor Fagu Chauhan, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi attended.
350 km long roads will be built in Bihar,
among the nine NH projects that the PM laid the foundation of, 350 km long roads are to be built. These include the construction of a 14.5 km long four-lane bridge on NH-9 parallel to Mahatma Gandhi Setu on the Ganges River in Patna including the development of Bakhtiyarpur Razauli,
Ara-Mohania, Narenpur-Purnia, Patna Ringroad (Kanhauliramnagar) on National Highway, 28.93 km long on Kosi River.
The new bridge of forelane and the construction of a 4.445 km long four-lane bridge parallel to Vikramshila Setu on the National Highway on river Ganga. These projects will cost Rs 14,258 crore.
There will be more number of internet users in more villages than the city
PM Modi said that the number of Internet users in the villages of India will ever exceed the urban people, it was difficult even to think a few years ago. The women of the village, the farmers and the youth of the village will also use the internet with such ease,
many people used to question this, but now all these situations have changed. Today India is in the queue of the world’s leading countries for doing digital transactions. When fast internet will reach every village, it will be easy to study in the village. Children of the village, our rural youth will also have easy access to the world’s books and technology at a click.