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    PM Modi laid foundation for lighthouse projects in Agartala

    This project will take place over 2.86 hectares of land at Akhaura Gol Chakkar where 1000 multistory apartments for the economically weaker sections

    GUWAHATI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday virtually laid the foundation stone of lighthouse projects (LHPs) at six sites across six states including Agartala in Tripura.

    The projects are being undertaken under the Global Housing Technology Challenge (GHTC)-India in six states across India including – Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Jharkhand and Tripura.

    The Chief Ministers of all six states took part in the foundation laying ceremony.

    The project will demonstrate the latest, modern, innovative, disaster-proof, eco-friendly and affordable housing construction technologies in the entire country which can be replicated elsewhere.

    This project will take place over 2.86 hectares of land at Akhaura Gol Chakkar where 1000 multistory apartments for the economically weaker sections or low-income groups will be constructed.

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