After the announcement of elections in Karnataka, PM Modi is going on a tour of three states of South India for the first time. During this, he will flag off two Vande Bharat trains at Hyderabad and Chennai. This will be the first time that PM will flag off 2-2 Vande Bharat trains in a single day.
New Delhi: The states of South India are a bit rough for the Bharatiya Janata Party. Despite all the efforts and hard work, the party does not get desired results. Although there is a BJP government in Karnataka, this time the assembly elections are said to be a bit difficult for the party. Along with this, there are assembly elections in another state Telangana by the end of the year.
The party will fight here with full force. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be on a tour of South India on April 8 and 9 to further strengthen the party's strength and create an atmosphere in favour of the BJP in the poll-bound states. During this, he will give many gifts to Telangana and Tamil Nadu. Apart from this, he will also visit the election state of Karnataka.
Many gifts will be given to Telangana including AIIMS and Vande Bharat train
According to the information given by the Prime Minister's Office, PM, Modi will flag off the Vande Bharat train from Hyderabad's Secunderabad station at 11.45 am on Saturday, April 8. This will be the 12th Vande Bharat train. This train will run between Secunderabad to Tirupati. After this, PM Modi will also address a rally at Parade Ground in Hyderabad, where he will lay the foundation stone of several central projects including Bibinagar AIIMS. PM Modi will lay the foundation stone of various projects worth Rs 11,300 crore in Telangana.
The country's 13th Vande Bharat train will run from Chennai
After this, the PM will leave for Tamil Nadu, where he will reach Chennai at 3 pm. Here PA Modi will flag off the Vande Bharat Express running between Chennai-Coimbatore from MGR Railway Station at 4 pm. This will be the first time that the PM will flag off two Vande Bharat trains in a day.
Along with this, he will also lay the foundation stone and inaugurate many other railway works. PM Modi will then attend the 125th-anniversary celebrations of Sri Ramakrishna Math in Chennai, at 4:45 pm. At 6:30 pm, the Prime Minister will attend a public event at Alstrom Cricket Ground, Chennai, where he will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone for road projects.
PM Modi will visit Karnataka for the first time after the election announcement
On the other hand, PM Modi will visit the Bandipur Tiger Reserve in the morning of 9 April in Karnataka and will interact with frontline field staff and self-help groups involved in conservation activities. He will also visit Theppakadu Elephant Camp in Mudumalai Tiger Reserve.
The Prime Minister will also interact with the Field Directors of Tiger Reserves who scored highest in the 5th cycle of the recently concluded Management Effectiveness Assessment exercise. That this will be the first visit of PM Modi to the state after the announcement of the election schedule by the Election Commission in Karnataka.