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The Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi, dedicates to the nation infrastructure projects worth more than US$ 481.2 million (Rs. 4,000 crore) in Kochi, Kerala

Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi inaugurated three significant infrastructure projects valued at over US$ 481.2 million (Rs. 4,000 crore) in Kochi, Kerala. The projects unveiled include the New Dry Dock (NDD) at Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL), the International Ship Repair Facility (ISRF) of CSL, and the LPG Import Terminal of Indian Oil Corporation Limited at Puthuvypeen, Kochi. Aligned with Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi's vision to enhance India's ports, shipping, and waterways sector, these projects aim to bolster capacity and self-sufficiency.

During his address to the audience, Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi shared his visit to the Bhagwan Guruvyurappan temple earlier in the day and reminisced about his recent speech at the inauguration of the Maharishi Valmiki International Airport at Ayodhya Dham, where he mentioned the sacred temples of Kerala associated with the Ramayan. Expressing gratitude for the opportunity to perform darshan at the Ramaswamy temple just days before the Pran Pratishtha at Ayodhya Dham, he noted the exquisite presentation by Kerala artists, creating an ambiance reminiscent of Mr. Awadh Puri in Kerala.

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