36 Hours, 7 Cities & 5300 Km! PM Modi Is All Set To Travel Across India For Official Purposes

by Shreya Ghosh
36 Hours, 7 Cities & 5300 Km! PM Modi Is All Set To Travel Across India For Official Purposes

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is travelling to several places in different corners of India covering a total distance of 5300 km. And to cover this vast distance and fulfil his duties and responsibilities, he is taking only 36 hours. Starting on 24 April, the PM is visiting different states for various purposes, beginning the 2-day journey from Delhi. In this super-busy schedule, Modi Ji is travelling to central India first. There are a total of 7 cities on this hectic span of 36-hour schedule.

Narendra Modi Is Travelling To All These Places & Here’s Why

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Modi Ji is starting his journey by reaching Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh from Delhi. His journey started this morning, as shared by the officials according to a report by ABP Live. From there, he is heading towards Rewa and attending the National Panchayati Raj Day programme. Modi Ji will also return back to Khajuraho once again to travel to Kochi in the South. During this journey, he will cover a distance of 1700 km. The reason behind his travelling to Kochi in Kerala is to attend the Yuvam Conclave. All these official programmes in these cities are a part of his Day 1 itinerary.

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For day 2 on 25 April, he will be exploring some cities of South India and then flying to Western India as well.

Day 2 Of The 36-Hour Schedule

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The 2nd day of this 2-day journey will begin with Thiruvananthapuram from Kochi. He will be visiting Thiruvananthapuram to inaugurate the first Vande Bharat Express of this state. Also, his itinerary will include laying the foundation stone for Digital Science Park and a few other projects here. During his visit to Kochi, he will be inaugurating the water metro as well.

From Kerala, he will straight head to Silvassa via Surat. He will dedicate the NAMO Medical Education & Research Institute to the nation. Also, he will lay the foundation stones of some projects here. His next destination will be Daman where he will inaugurate the Devka seafront. After this, he will fly to Surat and then head back to Delhi.

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Covering different cities in several corners of the country, Narendra Modi will end this 36-hour-packed schedule tomorrow.

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