Prime Minister Narendra Modi has assured that the Central Government will provide all possible support for the development of Puducherry. He was speaking after unveiling and laying the foundation stone for several welfare projects to the value of 3,023 crore rupees in Puducherry today.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for  four- laning of NH 45-A (56 kms from Sattanathapuram - Karaikal, package of Villippuram to Nagapattinam  project, covering Karaikal  at a cost of 2,426 crore rupees. The Prime Minister laid the foundation stone for the JIPMER Karaikal building to be constructed at a cost of 491 crore rupees and to be completed by August 2022.
Under the Sagarmala scheme, the Prime Minister laid the foundation stone for developing a minor port in Puducherry at a cost of 44 crore rupees. This project will give connectivity to Chennai and facilitate Cargo movement for industries in Puducherry. Mr Modi also laid foundation stone for a synthetic track at the Indira Gandhi Sports Complex at an estimated cost of seven crore rupees.
Apart from that the Prime Minister inaugurated a Blood Centre at JIPMER, which will function as a research laboratory and a Training Centre for short-term and continuous in all aspects of transfusion, at an estimated cost of 28 crore rupees and dedicated a 100-bedded Sports Authority of India - girls hostel, at Lawspet for female athletes with an estimated cost of 12 crore rupees and the  Heritage Marie building reconstructed with an expenditure of 15 crore rupees.
Puducherry Lieutenant Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan and Minister of State for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Arjun Ram Meghwal were also present at the function.

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