Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived today in Madhya Pradesh on a one-day visit during which he will launch several development projects.
PM Modi will dedicate the Mohanpura Irrigation Project in Rajgarh district to the people of the state and also inaugurate several other projects, including an urban transport scheme named 'Sutra Seva" in Indore, a government public relations officer (PRO) said.
The Prime Minister will land at Bhopal's Raja Bhoj Airport around 12 pm and leave for Mohanpura. He will then visit Indore to take part in various programmes, the official said.
"The Prime Minister will dedicate the Mohanpura irrigation project worth Rs. 3,866 crore to the people of the state. This project, which includes a dam and a canal system, will benefit 727 villages in Madhya Pradesh," he said.
Thereafter, PM Modi will head to Indore to dedicate the development works worth Rs. 4,713.75 crore at a programme.
He will also felicitate the winners of cleanliness survey - Swachh Survekshan 2018. He will give away awards to the representatives of Indore, Bhopal and Chandigarh, the cities that secured top three positions in the survey, the official said.