A roadshow was held in Maharashtra's Nashik on Friday, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi was warmly welcomed by a cheerful crowd. The Prime Minister's motorcade was accompanied by Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Ministers Devendra Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar, according to ANI.

Taking to X, formerly known as Twitter, BJP's official account wrote, " PM Shri @narendramodi holds a roadshow in Nashik, Maharashtra." In the tweet, they have also shared a few glimpses of the roadshow.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis during a roadshow, in Nashik. PTI Photo

PM Shri @narendramodi holds a roadshow in Nashik, Maharashtra. https://t.co/mIduRTIfOj

— BJP (@BJP4India) January 12, 2024

PM Modi in Maharashtra: From Roadshow to Prayers to the Inauguration of National Youth Festival

Prayers and Inaugurations:

Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to offer prayers at Shree Kalaram Mandir in Nashik and inaugurate various development projects in the state later in the day. Taking to X, the BJP official account shared a video in which PM Modi can be seen offering prayers at Shree Kalaram Mandir.

PM Shri @narendramodi performs Darshan and Pooja at Shree Kalaram Temple in Nashik, Maharashtra. https://t.co/tHfk9k69T9

— BJP (@BJP4India) January 12, 2024

National Youth Festival:

The Prime Minister will inaugurate and address the 27th National Youth Festival, where around one lakh youth participants are expected. The event aims to showcase the youth power of the country, with participants taking a vow to contribute to India's development by the year 2047, the 100th year of Indian independence.

Nationwide Celebrations:

This year's National Youth Day will be celebrated by all field organizations of the Department of Youth Affairs across districts in India, in collaboration with multiple government departments. 'MY Bharat' volunteers, supported by NSS units, NYKS, and educational institutions, will coordinate activities to volunteer for India, with more than 88,000 volunteers participating in the campaign.

Mumbai Visit:

Later, Prime Minister Modi will travel to Mumbai, where he is set to inaugurate the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Sewri-Nhava Sheva Atal Setu, the longest sea bridge in the country, built at a cost of about Rs 17,840 crore.

Infrastructure Projects:

During the Mumbai visit, the Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of an underground road tunnel connecting Eastern Freeway's Orange Gate and launch the Namo Mahila Shashaktikaran Abhiyaan in the state.

Water Supply Project Dedication:

Prime Minister Modi will dedicate phase 1 of the Surya regional bulk drinking water project to the nation. This project, developed at a cost of more than Rs 1,975 crore, aims to provide drinking water supply to Palghar and Thane districts, benefiting about 14 lakh people.

Railway Project Dedication:

As part of the program, Prime Minister Modi will dedicate approximately Rs 2000 crore railway projects to the nation, including 'Phase 2 of the Uran-Kharkopar railway line,' enhancing connectivity to Navi Mumbai.