PM Narendra Modi to inaugurate Kanpur Metro stretch, to address students at IIT

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will introduce the finished segment of the Kanpur Metro rail project in survey bound Uttar Pradesh’s Kanpur city and go to the conference service of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) on Tuesday, his office has declared.

The new 9km long area extends from IIT-Kanpur to Moti Jheel in the city.

As indicated by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), PM Modi will likewise attempt a ride from the IIT Metro station to Geeta Nagar later the introduction.

The whole length of the Kanpur Metro Rail Project is 32km and is being worked at an expense of over ₹11,000 crore.

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At the 54th meeting function of IIT Kanpur, all understudies will be given advanced degrees through an in-house blockchain-driven innovation created at the Institute under the National Blockchain Project.

The Prime Minister will send off the blockchain-based computerized degrees, which can be confirmed around the world and are unforgeable.

Following this, PM Modi is additionally planned to initiate the 356km long Bina-Panki multi item pipeline project. The task has a limit of around 3.45 million metric tons for every annum, as per the PMO articulation.

It will help the district access oil based commodities from the Bina treatment facility, the PMO said.

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