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PM Modi to inaugurate Ayodhya Airport and Railway station on December 30

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurating the newly constructed Maryada Purushottam Shri Ram Ayodhya airport and Ayodhya Railway station on December 30.

“The PM will show a green flag to the rails. After that, Modi will address the public meeting on the ground next to the airport. He will travel from the airport to the railway station, so it will be in the form of a roadshow. Arrangements are being made to welcome him,” divisional commissioner Gaurav Dayal said.

According to the official information, the PM’s road show will be around 15-kilometre-long, and it will pass through NH-27, Dharam Path, Lata Mangeshkar Chowk, Ram Path, Tedhi Bazaar, Mohabra intersection to Ayodhya railway station.

District magistrate Nitish Kumar said, “The PM will inaugurate the Ayodhya airport first. Then he will move to Ayodhya Railway station while holding a roadshow. He will flag off the Vande Bharat and Amrit Bharat trains. After this, the PM will return to the airport by road where he will address a public meeting.”

According to sources, Modi will stay in Ayodhya for 2 hours, from 12 noon to 2 pm. He will arrive in the temple town by a special flight soon after landing of the maiden flight at Ayodhya’s newly built airport at 11.20 am.

Police have issued a notice to the owners of houses and shops on both sides of the PM’s road show route and around the railway station, seeking information about their family members and their identification. (Source TOI)

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