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Major News and Events of 30 June 2017

What Happened on 30 June 2017


Prime Minister launches infrastructure projects at Modasa

According to reports, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched two water supply projects worth 552 crore rupees at Modasa town in Aravalli district of Gujarat. These water supply projects will benefit more than 8 lakhs residents of the hilly district. Modi also laid foundation stone of Modasa Bus port, and a building of APMC at Modasa.

Amarnath Yatra suspended at Jammu camp due to blockage of Jammu-Srinagar National Highway

According to reports, Amarnath Yatra has been suspended at Jammu base camp due to the blockage of Jammu-Srinagar national highway in Ramban district. Police has informed that no fresh batch of Amarnath pilgrims has been allowed to proceed for the pilgrimage from the Yatri Niwas base camp this morning. The incessant rainfall in Jammu region has triggered landslides leading to temporary closure of the highway. The traffic on the highway has been suspended today since wee hours.




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