Modi inaugurates project connecting Ganga to Agra

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PM in Agra LIVE Updates: "The Gangajal Project pertaining to water supply will be inaugurated. It will improve the water supply, benefiting Agra residents and tourists. Projects relating to health, sanitation, education will also be inaugurated," Modi tweeted.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Agra inaugurates the Gangajal Project that will improve the water supply in the city. “Projects relating to health, sanitation, education will also be inaugurated,” he tweeted.

Modi’s Agra visit comes a day after the Union Cabinet gave its approval for 10% reservation for economically backward upper caste. It assumes significance as caste equations in Uttar Pradesh have always played a major role in shaping electoral fortunes.

Earlier in the day, Modi launched a slew of infrastructure projects in Maharashtra’s Solapur district. Addressing a rally, PM Modi said that smooth passage of the quota bill in the Lok Sabha was a strong answer by the Parliament to those spreading lies. The PM also raked up the VVIP chopper case and alleged that middleman Christian Michel was lobbying for Rafale’s rivals in the deal. “The onus is on the Congress to come clean on what is driving its allegations on the (Rafale) deal,” he said.

Now, Agra will have clean drinking water: PM Modi

"This project is dedicated to the people of Agra to ensure clean drinking water for everyone. Several projects of the Namami Gange are underway for a cleaner Ganga," Modi addresses crowd in Agra.

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PM Modi's cavalcade will start from Tata Gate, via Prithavinath Phatak, Shankarpuri trisection, Ram Nagar crossing, Saket intersection to Kothi Meena Bazar ground and the routes will be completely out of bounds for local residents. According to a report in Times of India, city bus service and other vehicle movements would be banned on MG Road from Hariparvat crossing to PWD roundabout after 2 pm till PM's departure for the airport.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to address a massive rally at Kothi Meena Bazar ground, where around two lakh supporters are expected to be present. BJP has put up hoardings of the prime minister all over the city. According to police, 4,000 constables, 70 women constables, 250 sub-inspectors, 30 women sub-inspectors, 70 inspectors, 35 circle officers, 15 superintendents of police, 10 IPS officers and 10 companies of paramilitary forces and provincial armed constabulary along with military personnel would be deployed for the PM's security.

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