Uttar Pradesh’s Noida will be developed as the largest center in North India, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Monday.
Stating that the state has finished second in the country in “Ease of Doing Business”, he said that it is a result of the sustained efforts of the state government during the last three years.
He said that the state is in power, road, communication, transport, next to strong law and order to achieve the dream of a trillion economy status in India while contributing to the country’s 5 trillion economy target set by Prime Minister Narendra Have tried to develop the infrastructure. Modi.
According to a statement released in Lucknow, Mr. Adityanath chaired the meeting of the High Level Empowered Committee of “Invest UP”, that Noida would be developed as the largest center in North India.
He said that out of the Rs 4.28 lakh crore memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed during the UP Investors Summit 2018, an MoU worth Rs 2 lakh crore has already come on the ground.
In addition, the UP government has received 50 investment proposals worth over Rs 7,000 crore from investors from around 10 countries including Japan, US, UK, Canada, Germany and South Korea, who want to move their units from there. To Uttar Pradesh.
He said that the 146 Mitra portal, which provides 146 services, has been quite successful with a track record of redressing 98 percent of the problems of investors and entrepreneurs.
The Chief Minister said that UP has a ready land bank of 20,000 acres, on which industries can be set up. He said that apart from formulating new pharma policy and data policy, the government is coming up with a comprehensive land policy.
“Defense and aerospace, warehousing, data centers, electrical vehicles and pharma sectors are some of the emerging investments in the state. The government’s ambitious project of Defense Corridor has promised investment of Rs 50,000 crore over the next two years and a good offer. Investment opportunity, “he said, adding that the revised MSME policy and start up policy had already given impetus to the state’s growth potential.
He said traditional sectors such as electronics, IT, food processing, dairy, textiles, tourism and films are still hardcore investment destinations, while solar energy, biofuels and civil aviation are joining as potential investment centers.
The Chief Minister said that UP with a population of 24 crores contributing 8 percent to the GDP of the country is a big market in itself.
Talking about the development of infrastructure, he said that the state is going to have a huge network of expressways, which will decimate the entire country.
The 290 km long Bundelkhand Expressway connecting Lucknow-Agra Expressway with Chitrakoot, Lucknow-Agra Expressway, which is 90 km Gorakhpur Link Expressway and 170 km long Prayagraj Expressway, 340 km from Lucknow Long Poorvanchal Expressway will soon be head of state, Minister said
“Not only this, the state government has also decided to construct a 600 km long Ganga Expressway from Prayagraj to Hardoi, Shahjahanpur, Kannauj and Meerut to Prayagraj. It is going to be the longest expressway in the country,” he said. Added.
As another milestone in infrastructure, the proposed Jewar International Airport in Noida will be the largest in North India.
Apart from this, Kushinagar Airport is also being built, which will cater to eastern Uttar Pradesh to a great extent, Mr. Adityanath said.
Apart from ministers and senior officials, industry representatives who attended the meeting included Sangeeta Reddy, President, FICCI, Nikhil Sahni, President, CII, Northern Region, DK Aggarwal, President, PHDCCI, Pankaj Kumar, President, IIA, Sharad . Kumar Saraf, Trade Promotion Council of India, Mr. Mohit Singh, President of Trade Promotion Council and Baldev Bhai Prajapati, President, Lagu Udyog Bharti.