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PM to Lay Foundation Stone for New Terminal Construction at Hubli Airport

PM to Lay Foundation Stone for New Terminal Construction at Hubli Airport
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PM Narendra Modi is set to lay the foundation stone for the construction of a new world-class terminal building at Hubli Airport on March 10, fulfilling the vision of Union Parliamentary Minister Prahlada Joshi. The ceremony will be held virtually, with Prime Minister Modi conducting the proceedings from Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh, at 12 noon on the scheduled day.

Under the initiative of the Airports Authority of India, Hubli Airport is undergoing significant development aimed at transforming it into a world-class aviation facility, according to Manoj Shekaran, the Managing Director of the Airport.

Minister Prahlada Joshi played a pivotal role in facilitating the foundation stone-laying ceremony by engaging with the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation and the Airports Authority of India to enhance Hubli Airport’s infrastructure and services. In recognition of his efforts, Minister Joshi has been invited to participate in the foundation stone-laying ceremony for the new terminal at Hubli Airport, where he will provide crucial guidance for the station’s development.

Hubli, recognized not only as the gateway to North Karnataka but also as a vital commercial hub, will witness further advancement with the commencement of the new terminal construction. Minister Joshi had previously announced the allocation of ₹350 crores for the project during the release of the Dharwad Lok Sabha Constituency Development Watch Book, emphasizing the government’s commitment to enhancing regional infrastructure.

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