PM Modi will inaugurate Namami Gange today.

Rishikesh, JNN. Today, the Prime Minister will inaugurate the Virtual Sewer Treatment Plant (STP) in Uttarakhand under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious project Namami Gange. These include three STPs in Rishikesh, one in Badrinath and four in Haridwar. Extensive preparations have been made at three places in Rishikesh regarding the launch program of the Prime Minister.

As part of the program, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will connect online with all the venues at 11 am. First Water Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat will speak. Then a short film prepared by Namami Gange will be shown. After this, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat will address the online program at 11.11 am, while at 11.25 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the program along with the inauguration of all eight STPs.
Three of the state-of-the-art sewer treatment plants built in Uttarakhand under the Namami Gange project are at STP Rishikesh. These include 7.50 multi-story MLD STPs at Chandreshwar Nagar at a cost of 41.12 crores, 26 MLD STPs at Lakherghat at a cost of 158 crores and five MLD STPs at Chorpani in Dhalwala. Project Manager AK Chaturvedi said that all the preparations for the program at the three locations have been completed.

Mayor and officials reviewed:

On Monday, Mayor Anita Mamgain reviewed the preparations for the program with officials at the STAP located at Lakkadghat. Earlier, VC Purohit, Managing Director and Nodal Officer of Jal Nigam along with representatives of National Clean Ganga Mission inspected the STP at Lakkad Ghat, Dhalwala and Chandreshwar Nagar. NMCG officer Praveen Kumar Motihar, Jal Nigam MD VC Purohit, Power Subdivision Officer Rajeev Kumar, Namami Gange Maintenance and Construction Unit (Ganga) Project Manager AK Chaturvedi and District Ganga Committee member Vinod Jugalan were present on the occasion. On the other hand, in STP constructed at Chorpani of Dhalwala, the municipality Roshan Raturi reviewed the arrangements with the officials.

Jagran campaigned on Ganga:

‘Dainik Jagran’, under its social concerns, had launched a communal campaign in the past on the cleanliness of the Ganges. Under this, along with sensitizing the citizens, agencies responsible for the cleanliness of Ganga were alerted. Introducing the importance of Ganga, Dainik Jagran made the common man realize his responsibility towards it through this campaign. At the same time, he also played his social responsibility to awaken the system from sleep due to the sluggish actions of Namami Gange.

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