PM Modi: Infrastructure projects will be game changer for Rajasthan

RSTV Bureau
Udaipur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks during the inauguration and foundation stone laying of various highway projects, in Udaipur on Tuesday. PTI Photo

Udaipur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks during the inauguration and foundation stone laying of various highway projects, in Udaipur on Tuesday. PTI Photo

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was in Rajasthan to lay the foundation stone for several highway projects, addressed a rally in Udaipur where he highlighted his governments achievements.

“We will make efforts to complete the works undertaken by us. We take decisions with courage and execute them with conviction. The infrastructural projects will be game changer for Rajasthan,” he said.

Modi dedicated to the nation 11 completed national highway projects, totalling a length of about 873 kms.

Addressing the gathering, Modi said, “Making announcements and tall promises at the time of election had been a tradition. It continued for years. It is a challenge to eliminate evils and it takes a lot of strength to eliminate them that you cannot even imagine,” Modi told the gathering.

He said that his government had increased speed, scale, scope for development activities.

Hitting out at the previous Congress government in Rajasthan, he said that the bridge in Kota could not be completed in 11 years.

“Finally, our government took the challenge and completed it,” he added.

The Prime Minister said that inauguration and foundation laying of over Rs 15,000 crore worth development works in Rajasthan was a “historic” event.

(With inputs from PTI)