CM Dhami, who arrived on the Ramnagar tour, performed Kanya Pujan at the NEB Institute, Goalapar, gifted many schemes
Ramnagar. On the occasion of Ashtami, CM Pushkar Singh Dhami, who arrived on the Ramnagar tour, first worshiped the girl child at the NEB Institute located at Gaulapar. After this, Ramnagar laid the foundation stone and inaugurated various schemes. Today is the second day of the G20 conference in Ramnagar.
On Wednesday morning, CM Pushkar Singh Dhami first performed Kanya Pujan at the NEB Institute located in Goalapar. After participating in the program here for some time, he reached Ramnagar and laid the foundation stone, and inaugurated various schemes. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami laid the foundation stones of roadways port, polytechnic building (Rs 15 crore), Nanda line beautification (Rs 2 crore), and multi-story parking (Rs 13 crore) at a cost of Rs 28 crore.
During this, CM Dhami said that the state government is committed to the development of the state. Expressing gratitude to the representatives of many countries and top institutions for reaching Devbhoomi in the G-20 conference that started in Ramnagar, expressed hope that this golden opportunity would prove to give a new identity to Uttarakhand in the world.
The Chief Minister said that we are sure to get the benefit of introducing the whole world to the state’s rich cultural heritage, tourism, and biodiversity. Local products are going to get national and international recognition from the event. The G-20 summit, which started from March 28 to 30 in Ramnagar, Uttarakhand, began on Tuesday. For this, 51 delegates from 17 countries reached Uttarakhand. The guests were accorded a warm welcome at the Pantnagar airport. During this, artists presented the Choliya dance to welcome the guests. After which he was sent to Ramnagar by super deluxe bus.
Special arrangements have been made to take the guests from Pantnagar airport to Ramnagar. 1500 police personnel have been deployed at 350 places between the airport and Gadapu. The monitoring of 34 CCTVs installed on the route is being done directly from the police control room. The fleet of foreign guests includes 23 vehicles, big and small.