Prime Minister Narendra Modi is coming to Kanhaiya's city Mathura today on the 525th birth anniversary of Shri Krishna devotee Meerabai. They can approve the budget and elevated/metro track for Banke Bihari Corridor. The PM will stay here for four hours and five minutes. First of all, Shri Krishna will reach the birthplace at four in the evening for worship. From here we will reach Braj Raj at 4.30 pm to participate in the program. Will address the public there for 40 minutes.
Will watch a five-minute documentary on Mirabai and a dance drama presented by MP Hema Malini. Will issue postal stamp on Meera Bai and coin of Rs 525. Return is proposed at 7.45 pm. CM Yogi himself will be present in Mathura to welcome the PM. Yogi Adityanath will reach Mathura at 2.30 pm.
As Prime Minister, Narendra Modi is coming to Mathura for the fourth time. According to the program received by the district administration from the Prime Minister's Office, the Prime Minister will go directly from the Army Helipad to the Mirabai Jayanti program in the Braj Raj Utsav organized at the Railway Ground. His Banke Bihari Darshan program has not been scheduled. According to the minute to minute schedule, the PM will fly from Agra Airport to Mathura in a Mi-17 helicopter at 3.15 pm. Will arrive at Army Helipad at 3.40 pm.
From here we will reach Shri Krishna's birthplace at 4 o'clock via road at 3.45. After worshiping here, we will leave for the railway ground at 4.15 pm. Will reach Braj Raj Utsav program at 4.30. Will attend Mirabai Jayanti celebrations from 4.30 to 7.30 pm. Will reach Army Helipad at 7.40 pm via road at 7.35 pm. From here we will leave for Delhi by helicopter at 7.45 pm.
Hope for these gifts
Budget approval for Banke Bihari Corridor
Elevated/metro track approved in place of broad gauge
Hope to get gift of textile park
Expected to implement the third phase of Namami Gange project
Veterinary University expected to get the status of Central University
Expected to announce inclusion of Mathura in NCR
Gift of Ganga water to entire Mathura-Vrindavan
NHAI expected to announce approval for Ring Road proposal
NHAI expected to announce Braj Chaurasi Kos Parikrama Marg