“PM Modi’s Visit: Unveiling Progress – Inaugurating Key Projects in Andhra Pradesh and Kerala Today”

Om Sharma
By Om Sharma 3 Min Read

JANUARY 16, 2024

Prime Minister’s diverse engagements, PM Modi is set to interact with Officer Trainees from the 74th and 75th batches of the Indian Revenue Service (Custom and Indirect Taxes), along with officer trainees from the Royal Civil Service of Bhutan.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to make significant strides in bolstering institutional capabilities as he inaugurates the new campus of the National Academy of Customs, Indirect Taxes and Narcotics at Palasamudram in Andhra Pradesh today. Additionally, his presence will extend to the vibrant streets of Kochi, Kerala, where a road show will unfold, showcasing the government’s commitment to regional development and engagement.

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Prime Minister Modi’s itinerary for today includes a significant interaction with Officer Trainees of the Indian Revenue Service (Custom and Indirect Taxes) and the Royal Civil Service of Bhutan.

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This engagement, at 1:30 PM, he will participate in pooja and darshan at Veerbhadra Temple in Lepakshi, Andhra Pradesh, showcasing his cultural and spiritual engagements during the visit.

the later part of the day, at 3:30 PM, Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to visit Palasamudram in the Sri Sathya Sai District. This visit underscores the government’s commitment to various districts and regions, emphasizing inclusive development and infrastructure projects across the nation.

The day, PM Modi will conduct a road show in Kochi, Kerala, at 7:15 PM, displaying a political and public outreach in the southern state. Additionally, he will perform pooja and darshan at Guruvayur Temple on the morning of January 17, followed by a visit to Thriprayar Shree Ramaswami Temple and the inauguration of crucial infrastructure projects in the ports, shipping, and waterways sector at noon. This visit marks the Prime Minister’s second trip to Kerala in a span of two weeks, indicating the strategic importance of the region.

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