PM Modi’s visit to UP: PM Narendra Modi is visiting Uttar Pradesh tomorrow (June 3). According to the information provided by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), he will arrive at Indira Gandhi Pratishthan, Lucknow at around 11 am, where he will attend the 3.0 Ground Breaking Ceremony of the UP Investors Summit. At around 1:45 pm, the Prime Minister will arrive at Parunkh village in Kanpur, where he will accompany President Ram Nath Kavand to the Pathri Mata Temple. After that, at about 2 o’clock, he will visit Dr. BR Ambedkar Bhavan, after which he will go to Milan Center at 2:15 o’clock.

Through this event, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is constantly trying to make UP the first choice of investors. Many major industrialists from home and abroad are expected to attend the investor summit. They will include CEOs of Reliance Industries, Adani Group, Tata Group, Microsoft India Hiranandani Group, etc.

During this time, the Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of 1406 projects costing over Rs. 80,000 crore. The Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement that the projects include agriculture and allied sectors, IT and electronics, MSMEs, manufacturing, renewable energy, pharma, tourism, defense and aerospace, handloom and textiles. Miscellaneous areas are covered.

The event will be attended by top industrial leaders of the country. The Uttar Pradesh Investors Summit started in the year 2018. This year it was held on February 21-22. The first groundbreaking ceremony was held on July 29, 2018 while the second ceremony was held on July 28, 2019.

During the first foundation stone laying ceremony, 81 projects worth Rs. 61,500 crore were laid and in the second foundation stone laying ceremony, 290 projects worth over Rs. 67,000 crore were laid. A third groundbreaking ceremony is being held in Lucknow on June 3 to carry out investment proposals worth Rs 80,000 crore on land in Uttar Pradesh.

The state government has arranged special gifts for the special guests attending the event. These gifts will be samples of traditional handicrafts of the state which are being promoted under the One District One Product (ODOP) scheme.