PM Modi to visit Karnataka on Nov 11, to flag off Vande Bharat train

7 November, 2022 | Pranay Lad

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Karnataka on November 11 and take part in a number of activities and programmes there.

Prime Minister Modi on November 11, will take part in a number of events, including the opening of the Vande Bharat (Chennai-Mysore-Bangalore) train from the SBC railway station. It was a long-standing desire of the residents of the state of Karnataka, and officials stated PM Modi will flag off this high-speed railway.

PM Modi will garland the Kanakadasa statue at Bengaluru’s MLA Bhawan. Additionally, he will open a brand-new terminal at Kempegowda International Airport.

This was necessary as well. An international terminal with a capacity of 25 lakh passengers and 100 counters is being opened, according to authorities, because of the significant increase in foreign travellers coming to Bangalore.

It would surpass Delhi as the biggest airport in the nation once all terminals are merged. It will support the growth of Bangalore and Karnataka. They noted that the tourism, industrial, IT, and BT industries would all gain significantly.

During his visit to the state, PM Modi will also dedicate the 108-foot-tall monument of Nadaprabhu Kempegowda.

Kempegowdas is renowned for having significantly influenced Bengaluru’s growth. The statue has been known as The Statue of Progress since he constructed Bangalore.

They stated that the Prime Minister, who is guiding the entire nation towards growth, will inaugurate it and that a public gathering will also be held to mark the event.

Basavaraju Bommai, the chief minister of the state of Karnataka, would take part in events alongside ministers and well-known BJP figures, they added.