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Kumbh Mela gets a control centre and new airport complex

The Prime Minister said that every effort is being made to ensure a unique experience for devotees coming for the Kumbh m. He said the effort is to showcase India's glorious past, and vibrant future


Prime Minister, Narendra Modi inaugurated a new airport complex, and an Integrated Command and Control Centre for the Kumbh Mela, at Prayagraj Sunday.

The Prime Minister also performed Ganga Pujan, and visited the Swachh Kumbh Exhibition. He visited the Akshay Vat in Prayagraj. He also dedicated to the nation, inaugurated, or laid the foundation stone for various development projects at Andawa in Prayagraj.

Addressing a gathering, he announced that pilgrims for the Ardh-Kumbh this time will also be able to visit the Akshay Vat. He said the Government is making every effort to ensure good connectivity to Prayagraj. He said the projects dedicated today, would help both infrastructure and connectivity. He said the new airport terminal had been completed in a record time of one year.

The Prime Minister said that every effort is being made to ensure a unique experience for devotees coming for the Ardh-Kumbh. He said the effort is to showcase India's glorious past, and vibrant future.

He said that the Government is also working to ensure a clean Ganga. He said the sewage treatment plants and beautification of ghats would go a long way in this regard.

The Prime Minister described the Kumbh Mela as a symbol of India and Indianness. He said it unites us, and gives a glimpse of Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat. He said that the organisation of the Kumbh is not just a matter of faith, but also a matter of prestige, and every visitor to the Kumbh should be well taken care of. He said the Ardh-Kumbh would show how 'New India' encompasses both heritage and modernity.

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