On 24 October the prime minister of India Narendra Modi has given green signal to Urja Ganga project in Varansi.
Urja Ganga Project is one of the ambitious projects of the central government for which the foundation stone has been laid by the prime minister.
The main mission of Urja Ganga project is to distribute the cooking gas to the residents of Varansi through pipeline.
The prime minister ensured that within two years this project will be completed in Varansi. However in the later one year the project will be expanded to the millions of people in states including Bihar Jharkhand, West Bengal and Odisa.
About 800 kilometers of pipeline will be laid under this project to benefit about 50000 households and 20000 vehicles in Varansi.
Under this project the central government will distribute about 5 Lac LPG gas cylinders to the rural population of Varansi.
By using the gas from this pipeline the central government has planned to develop 25 industrial clusters in these five states.
Under Urja Ganga project it is expected that 40 districts and 2600 villages will be beneficial.
On this occasion the prime minister said that the government has focused on timely completion of the projects.
He also said that real aim of the government is proper execution and touching people’s lives.
The central government has allocated Rs 5000 crore for the completion of Urja Ganga project in Varansi.
With this project, the prime minister inaugurated some circles of the postal department and started a new railway line.
The prime minister visited his Lok Sabha constituency where he addressed the gathering of the people after laying the foundation of various projects.
Urja Ganga project which is likely to be completed by 2020 will also help the revival of a number of moribund fertilizers manufacturing units.