Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, for a two-day visit, was greeted warmly by the people on Thursday (June 16, 2022). The prime minister did a roadshow in Dharamsala this morning and will preside over a meeting later in the day, which will also be attended by Hardeep Singh Puri, the Union Housing and Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister. From KCCB Chowk to the State Martyrs Memorial, PM Modi and CM Thakur did a roadshow.
PM Modi was greeted in the hill state with a variety of traditional performances during his visit. During the roadshow, many cultural groups dressed in traditional garb performed with their musical instruments to welcome the prime minister, who waved to the crowd from an open jeep.
During his visit to Dharamshala, Prime Minister Modi will preside over the inaugural National Conference of Chief Secretaries.
Following Himachal Pradesh, the prime minister will go to Gujarat on June 18 to lay the foundation stone for the Central University of Gujarat's permanent campus, which will be built on a 100-acre plot of land in Kundhela village near Vadodara, according to the state government.
The property has been provided by the Gujarat government, and the Centre has set out Rs 743 crore for the development of the Vadodara campus of the Gujarat Kendriya Vishwavidyalaya (Central University of Gujarat), which has been operating from a temporary campus in Gandhinagar since 2009. PM Modi will return to his home state for the second time in eight days. On June 10, he paid a visit to the state.