Yogi govt receives investment proposals of Rs 11,000 crores to develop 3 ‘aspirational’ districts
In the review meeting, instructions were also given to with the public representatives and officers of these districts to accelerate setting up of facilities related to the common people.
New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that the recently held Global Investors Summit (GIS) has yielded very good results for the commissionerate, attracting investment proposals worth Rs 11,000 crore to develop its three of four districts of the Devipatan division into aspirational districts.
Congratulating people’s representatives and officials while interacting with reporters following a review meeting at the office of the Information Department in Gonda on Tuesday, CM Yogi said that the development works have progressed fast in the districts, pointing out that in three out of four districts of Devipatan division, the construction of medical colleges has been completed or is in the process of completion.
According to the CM, establishment of a university in the Devipattan has also been proposed in this year’s budget in the name of Maa Pateshwari and the Government has sought a proposal for allotment of land for the same from concerned officials.
CM Yogi added that the construction of the airport in Shravasti is in the final stages.
“Very soon, he airport will have air connectivity. Instructions have been given to connect every district headquarters with the Ring Road as well as to speed up other development works.
Balrampur, Bahraich, Shravasti and Gonda have come a long way in 6 years
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that the double engine government is working sensitively and actively for development.
“Six years ago, in terms of per capita income, Gautam Budh Nagar was at the top and Balrampur at the bottom while Gonda was lagging behind in cleanliness. But in the last six years, all the four districts have come a long way by working in a positive direction. Positive initiatives were taken to enhance per capita income, improve public conveniences as well as boost tourism and development”, CM Yogi remarked.
The Government has also taken steps to connect the youth with the schemes of the Central and State Government and to provide benefits of government schemes to the farmers, he further pointed out, adding that encouraging results have come out of this efforts and soon the districts will be among the leading districts of the state.
CM announces opening of Information Department office
During the interaction with journalists, the CM announced opening of Information Department office here. He also said that the construction of university and medical college along with implementation of National Education Policy and introduction of quality education and state-of-the-art facilities will take the youth forward on the path of progress.
In the review meeting, instructions were also given to with the public representatives and officers of the four districts to accelerate setting up of facilities related to the common people.