Centre’s ‘Power Play’ Benefits State: Uttarakhand CM

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By: Vineet Upadhyay
Updated: 31 July, 2022 9:23 am IST

DEHRADUN: Uttarakhand Chief minister Pushkar Singh Dhami on Saturday said that the central government’s power initiatives will benefit the state as he virtually participated in the Prime minister Narendra Modi launched Renovated Distribution Area Scheme at the Ujwwal Bharat, Ujwwal Bhavishya – Power @ 2047’.

CM Dhami later said, “Under the leadership of Prime minister Narendra Modi, the country’s prestige has increased all over the world in the last eight years. Many new works have been started in various fields in the country. New work culture has arrived in the country.”

Mentioning the many welfare schemes being run by the union ministry of power under the leadership of the PM, CM Dhami added that many projects have also been approved in Uttarakhand.

“At the time of formation of the state, energy and tourism were included in the basic concept of state formation on which the state government is moving ahead. Everyone’s participation is necessary to make the state a leading state in the country by 2025,” added the CM.

The foundation stone and inauguration of various green energy projects of NTPC and the National Rooftop Solar Portal were also launched by the Prime minister.

Several union ministers and Chief ministers of various states also attended the launch.

The CM said that during the Corona period, the economy of the whole world was in shambles and even at such a time, under the leadership of PM India was able to get through that bad phase.

“India has prepared two indigenous Covid vaccines and donated more than 200 million vaccines to other countries. To date, more than 200 crore vaccines have been administered in India. The booster dose campaign is also going on a pace,” said the CM.

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