Pithoragarh: Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated and laid the foundation stone for numerous development projects totaling Rs 4,200 crore in Uttarakhand. The projects aim to improve the state’s infrastructure, agriculture, and other critical services, particularly in hilly areas.
Among the important projects launched by the Prime Minister are:
21,398 poly-houses: Poly-houses are greenhouses that use plastic or glass to produce a controlled environment for growing crops. There are 21,398 of them. The development of 21,398 poly-houses in Uttarakhand will contribute to increased agricultural yield and farmer revenue.
High-density apple orchards: Compared to traditional orchards, high-density apple orchards have more trees per hectare. As a result, yields and fruit quality improve. The establishment of high-density apple orchards in Uttarakhand will aid in increasing apple production and making the state more competitive in the global market.
Double-laning of roads and slope treatment of highways: Road doubling and highway slope treatment: Road doubling and highway slope treatment would increase connectivity and safety in Uttarakhand’s steep districts. Both locals and tourists will gain from this.
32 bridges: The development of 32 bridges will boost the state’s connectivity and transportation. This will be especially useful for persons who live in distant and inaccessible locations.
In addition to these projects, the Prime Minister launched and laid the groundwork for a number of others concerning drinking water, power, education, health, and disaster management.
The completion of these projects is a significant boost to the growth of Uttarakhand. The projects will serve to enhance the lives of residents while also making the state more appealing for investment and tourists.
The projects are intended to deliver the following specific benefits to Uttarakhand:
Increased agricultural productivity and income for farmers: Poly-houses and high-density apple orchards will assist farmers enhance agricultural productivity and income. This will strengthen the state’s economy and create new jobs.
Improved connectivity and safety in mountainous areas: Double-laned roads and slope treatment of highways would boost connection and safety in Uttarakhand’s hilly districts. Both locals and tourists will gain from this.
Better access to essential services: Access to essential services will be improved as a result of the initiatives relating to drinking water, energy, education, health, and disaster management. This would improve the lives of people in Uttarakhand.
Overall, the completion of these projects is a good thing for Uttarakhand. The developments are projected to help the state and its people significantly.