Report – Abhishek Jaiswal
Varanasi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting his parliamentary constituency Varanasi on September 23. Women are making special preparations to welcome him in Kashi. After the approval of the ‘Nari Shakti Bandan Act 2023’ (Women’s Protection Bill) in Parliament, women from different sections of Benares will say ‘special thanks’ to PM Modi for this major political reform. A program has been organized for this at the Sambarananda Sanskrit University grounds in Varanasi, in which 5000 women will participate.
Also, Prime Minister Modi will lay the foundation stone of the International Cricket Stadium (Benares’ first international cricket stadium) at Gonjari. He will also hold a public meeting here. Prime Minister Modi will reach the police line by helicopter to attend the function to be held at Sampurananda Sanskrit University. After that we will reach the venue by road. Women would welcome and congratulate him at various places on his way from the police line to Sambarananda University. BJP is preparing for this. BJP regional president Dilip Patel said the streets would be thronged with party workers for Prime Minister Modi’s arrival in Kashi and he would be welcomed with a shower of flowers.
MotoGP India 2023: MotoGP India starts today, want to enjoy bike racing? Find out the venue, tickets and full schedule
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will stay in Benares for 6 hours
Varanasi Divisional Commissioner Kaushal Raj Sharma said that Prime Minister Modi’s plane will land at Varanasi’s Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport around 12 noon. Earlier a program of around 4 hours was fixed, but now PM Modi will spend 6 hours in Kashi. At this time his 3 programs have been fixed. After reaching Varanasi, PM Modi will first go to Ganjari in Rajatalb. He will address a public meeting after laying the foundation stone of the country’s first spiritual international cricket stadium. He will then attend a reception at the Satlananda University. PM Modi will also visit the Rudraksha Convention Centre. Kashi’s MP will attend the closing ceremony of the cultural festival there. During this time, he would meet artists as well as children from the Atal residential school.