Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday reviewed several ongoing development and reconstruction works in Kedarnath and Badrinath in Uttarakhand. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami also attended this meeting conducted through virtual medium. PM Modi took full information about the progress of the reconstruction works of both the places. Also said that in the coming time the number of devotees in Kedarnath and Badrinath Dham will increase rapidly. We also have to develop the surrounding areas from the point of view of spiritual tourism. On the day of Badlenge Vasukital, Garuda Chatti, Prime Minister Modi said that to promote spiritual tourism, attention should also be paid to the development of accommodation and other basic facilities for devotees between Rambara and Kedarnath. At the same time, a complete plan should be prepared for what can be done spiritually for the devotees in and around Vasukital, Garuda Chatti, Lincholi and their surroundings. A plan should also be made to develop the areas around Badrinath in a model form. Attention should also be paid to developing the last village of the country’s border ‘Mana Gaon’ and its neighboring areas for ‘rural tourism’. Here a good model of economy can be made by promoting local culture and local products. The target will be completed by December 2023. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that the reconstruction work in Badrinath and Kedarnath is going on fast under the guidance of PM Modi. The target has been set to complete all the works by December 2023. So far this year, more than 35 lakh registered devotees have come for the Chardham Yatra. In the meeting, the Chief Secretary of the state gave a presentation of the reconstruction works of Kedarnath and Badrinath. He told that the reconstruction work of the first phase in Kedarnath has been completed. Whereas in the second phase, 21 works worth Rs 188 crore are being done, out of which 3 have been completed. 6 works will be completed by December 2022. While the remaining 12 works are targeted to be completed by July 2023. The gate has been constructed in Gaurikund. The work of Sangam Ghat will be completed by June 2023. The work of Ishaneshwar Temple will also be completed in a month. According to the master plan, all the work will be completed by December 2023.
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