PM launches various projects in Puducherry, lays foundation stone

Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets as he arrives to address BJP Ministers, party's Members of Parliament (MPs) and party workers on the occasion of 53rd Death Anniversary of Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyay at Ambedkar International Center, in New Delhi on

Prime Minister Narendra Modi

on Thursday inaugurated a slew of completed projects here and laid the foundation stone for others, including in the ports and highways sectors.

The Prime Minister inaugurated a Blood Centre at state-run JIPMER, a Sports Authority of India (SAI) girls hostel at Lawspet and a reconstructed Heritage Mairie Building.

Modi laid the foundation stone for the four-laning of Sattanathapuram-Nagapattinam National Highway section, Medical College Building at Karaikal New Campus of JIPMER-Phase I and the development of Minor Port at Puducherry under Sagarmala scheme.

He also laid the foundation stone of Synthetic Athletic Track, Indira Gandhi Sports Complex in the Union Territory.


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