UP will get another big gift, these big announcements will be made in front of PM Modi on February 19

By Sudhakar Yadav February 11, 2024 5:46 PM IST
PM Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath- India TV Paisa
Photo:FILE PM Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath

UP’s development vehicle Yogi government is making full efforts to make it run at a faster pace. Now the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh will sign MOUs (Memorandum of Understanding) worth Rs 10 lakh crore under the Ground Breaking Ceremony (GBC) 4.0 on February 19 in Lucknow in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This MoU is expected to create 33.50 lakh employment opportunities in the state. According to the official spokesperson, the estimated investment for GBC 4.0 is five times the cumulative investment of over Rs 2.0 lakh crore implemented in the last three groundbreaking ceremonies. Yogi government is working rapidly towards making the state a one trillion dollar economy. This MoU will prove to be another milestone in that direction.

Focus on Western Uttar Pradesh

This time more than 52 percent of these projects will be started in Western Uttar Pradesh. About 29 per cent of the MoU will be implemented in the Purvanchal region, which includes the eastern parts of the state. Apart from this, 14 percent MoU will be implemented in Madhyanchal and 5 percent MoU in Bundelkhand. These MoUs were signed at the Uttar Pradesh Global Investors Summit-2023 held in Lucknow in February 2023.

Big industrialists of the country will gather

The event on February 19 will be attended by around 3000 people including renowned industrialists, representatives of 500 companies, foreign investors, ambassadors, high commissioners and other special guests. According to the state government spokesperson, a major portion of the investment at 19.24 per cent is in the housing sector. Besides, 15 per cent investment is in renewable energy sector, 13 per cent in manufacturing, 10 per cent in IT and IT-enabled services, 7.83 per cent in logistics and warehousing, 7.5 per cent in energy and 6.01 per cent in food processing.

Input: IANS

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