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Jul 06, 2018
2:18PM

PM Modi to visit Jaipur tomorrow

Prime Minister will be on a day's visit to Jaipur tomorrow. During a day's visit, the Prime Minister is to interact with beneficiaries of seven central government’s flagship schemes and 5 state government’s flagship schemes. More than 2 lakh beneficiaries are coming to Jaipur from all 33 districts of the state to take part in this programme.


 The PM’s -Beneficiaries interaction programme is scheduled at Amrudon Ka Bagh in the city. The preparations are on full swing to make PM’s function historic. 

The prime minister is expected to reach Jaipur around 1 pm to address more than 2 lakh beneficiaries of 12 schemes. All the district administrations have started preparations for this programme one week ago. 

From Jaipur alone, more than 50 thousand beneficiaries will take part in the function. Jaipur Nagar Nigam has made the arrangements of lighting at main heritage buildings on the arrival of Prime Minister. 

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