Prime Minister to visit Maharashtra on Saturday;
to attend slew of programmes in Pune, Baramati and Mumbai
Prime Minister will be on a one day tour of Maharashtra on Saturday, during which he will attend a number of programmes in Pune, Baramati and Mumbai as well as address a farmers’ rally in Baramati.
In the morning Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Multi-modal manufacturing facility of GE (General Electric) located at Chakan, a north western suburb of Pune. This is GE’s first manufacturing plant in India, a MoU for which was signed with the Government of Maharashtra, in 2013. The unit will manufacture a range of diversified products for sectors like energy, aviation, oil and gas transportation.
At Baramati, Prime Minister will pay visit to the Vidya Pratishthan campus and also inaugurate the Appasaheb Pawar Auditorium in the town. Mr Narendra Modi will visit the Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Baramati and lay foundation stone for the Centre for Excellence for Vegetable Production. At this venue PM will also address a farmers’ rally.
Arriving in Mumbai in the late afternoon, Prime Minister will inaugurate the Permanent Judicial Museum at the Bombay High Court. The museum located in the heritage building of the Bombay High Court displays antique items associated with the rich history of the 150 year old court. There is also a depiction of how court rooms functioned in the 19th century before electricity came, with cloth fans hung above the judge, pulled by staff, candle stands on judge’s table, inkpots and paperweights etc.
Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi will be the chief guest at the Valedictory Function of the Sesquicentennial (150 years) celebration of the Advocates Association of Western India. The Governor of Maharashtra Mr. C Vidyasagar Rao, Maharashtra Chief Minister Mr. Devendra Fadnavis, Union Law Minister, Mr. Sadananda Gowda, Justice S.A.Bode, Judge, Supreme Court of India and Justice Mohit Shah, Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court would be present for the event.
PIB Mum | MD