Prime Minister Narendra Modi will embark on a two-day tour of over 5,000 kilometers in different parts of the country in 36 hours starting from April 24 during which he will participate in eight programs and visit seven different cities.
Starting from the national capital on April 24, the Prime Minister will first travel to central India – Madhya Pradesh. Officials said on Saturday that he would then travel to Kerala in the south, followed by a stay in the union territory in the west and then return to Delhi.
Detailing the schedule of the prime minister’s long tour, officials said, “The PM will start the journey on the morning of April 24. He will travel from Delhi to Khajuraho, covering a distance of about 500 km. From Khajuraho, he will travel Rewa where he will participate in the National Panchayati Raj Day event. Thereafter, he will come back to Khajuraho, traveling about 280 km. From Khajuraho, he will travel to Kochi, an aerial distance of about 1700 km, to participate in a Yuvam Conclave .
“Next morning, the PM will travel from Kochi to Thiruvananthapuram, covering a distance of about 190 kms. Here, he will flag off the Vande Bharat Express and also inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of various projects. From here he will travel to Silvassa. Surat’s En route, covering a distance of about 1570 kms.There, he will visit the NAMO Medical College and inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of various projects.
In addition, PM Modi will travel to Daman for the inauguration of Devka Seafront, following which he will travel to Surat, covering a distance of about 110 kms.
“From Surat, he will go back to Delhi and add another 940 km to his itinerary,” he added.
In a power-packed schedule, the Prime Minister will cover a staggering 5,300 km by air.
“To put this figure in perspective, look at the length of India from north to south, which is about 3200 km. Adding distance is the time factor – the whole journey is jam-packed in just 36 hours. ” officials said.