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Sunday 12 December 2021

Kashi Vishwanath Corridor Varanasi

 Kashi Vishwanath corridor to be inaugurated by PM Modi

Known to be PM Modi's one of the big dream projects, the Kashi Vishwanath Corridor has been worked over a rambling space of 5,000 hectares.

PM Narendra Modi will initiate the more than 50-feet Kashi Vishwanath Corridor, which will associate the antiquated Kashi Vishwanath Temple committed to Lord Shiva and two ghats on the Ganga in his parliamentary electorate of Varanasi, on Monday.

"The sanctuary will be introduced on December 13 at a propitious time," Nagendra Pandey, a minister at Kashi Vishwanath Temple, told news office ANI.

PM Narendra Modi will on Monday visit Varanasi to initiate Shri Kashi Vishwanath Dham Corridor, developed at an expense of around ₹339 crore. It was the vision of the Prime Minister for quite a while to work with the travelers and aficionados of Baba Vishwanath, who needed to experience blocked roads and environmental factors with helpless upkeep, when they rehearsed the well established custom of taking plunge in the blessed waterway, gathering Gangajal and offering it at the sanctuary, said the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) in an assertion gave on Sunday.

A sum of 23 structures will be initiated in the stage 1 of the task. They will give an assortment of offices to the travelers visiting Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple, including Yatri Suvidha Kendras, Tourist Facilitation Center, Vedic Kendra, Mumukshu Bhavan, Bhogshala, City Museum, Viewing Gallery, Food Court, among others.

The undertaking included buy and acquisitions of in excess of 300 properties around Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple. The Prime Minister's vision to take everybody along was the rule dependent on which shared arrangements were finished these acquisitions, the assertion said. The recovery of around 1400 retailers, occupants and property holders were done agreeably. "The declaration of the achievement is the way that there is no prosecution forthcoming in any court of the nation in regards to acquisitions or recovery identified with the improvement of the undertaking," the PMO said.

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