Central government assured to help for the development of Kedarnath and Badrinath

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="800"] Kedarnath temple, Courtesy: wiki[/caption]

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that small areas from Rambara to Kedarnath should be connected with the historicity of Kedarnath so that devotees can also get interesting information about the historical and mythological significance of Kedarnath.

The Prime Minister was getting information about the ongoing work in Kedarnath Dham of Uttarakhand through video conferencing. The Prime Minister also witnessed various works going on in Kedarnath Dham through drones.

The Prime Minister said that the caves being built around Kedarnath should be developed in a planned manner so that their appearance is attractive. He said that construction works can be done at Kedarnath very fast. High priority tasks should be identified and completed first.

PM modi said that for the various development works in Kedarnath and Badrinath the state government would be given all possible help from the Center. A development plan will also be made for Badrinath Dham. The Prime Minister emphasized on the development plan according to the vision for the next hundred years.

He inquired from Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat about the status of travel in Kedarnath through video conferencing. He also referred to the works of the ghats being built at the confluence of Mandakini and Saraswati, the Kedarnath temple complex, the tomb of Adiguru Shankaracharya, the Saraswati Ghat and the Aastha Path, the bridges built on the way to Bhairava temple, the caves being built in Kedarnath, the bridges on the Mandakini river, the Mandakini and the Saraswati. Looked through the drone.

Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat requested the Prime Minister that the state would require about 200 crores for various construction works in Kedarnath. He said that a limited number of people have been allowed to visit Lord Kedarnath and Badrinath for the people of the state.

The use of masks can observe a maximum of 800 people a day, following social distance. State Chief Secretary Utpal Kumar Singh informed the Prime Minister in detail about the various construction works going on in Kedarnath.

He said that the work of rebuilding the tomb of Adiguru Shankaracharya will be completed by 31 December this year. The work of Saraswati Ghat is nearing completion soon. This work will be completed by 30 June. The construction of the bridge on the way to Bhairav temple has been completed. This work has been completed before the stipulated time period.