Prime Minister Narendra Modi To Inaugurate Mauritius Supreme Court Building
The building has been made with Indian grant assistance under the Indian government’s “Neighbourhood First” policy.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, along with Mauritius PM Pravind Jugnauth will be seen jointly inaugurating a new Supreme Court building in Port Louis. This building has been made with Indian grant assistance under the Indian government’s “Neighbourhood First” policy. It’s one of the five projects implemented under a $353 million special economic package granted by India in 2016. It also happens to be the first such India-assisted infrastructure project in the capital of Mauritius.
The inauguration of the Mauritius Supreme Court building will, of course, be done via video conferencing. Along with the two Prime Ministers, senior members of the judiciary of Mauritius and other dignitaries will also be present. Spread over more than 4700 square metres, it has 10 floors and a built-up area of 25,000 square metres. “The successful and timely completion of India-assisted high-quality infrastructure projects in Mauritius shall also create greater opportunities for Indian companies in Mauritius and in the region,” a statement said.
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