Praising improved law and order for the changed image of Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that earlier riots used to disturb development but now ‘it has become the preferred destination for investors.’
“No riots took place in the last five and a half years. The state is receiving huge investments and employment opportunities are being generated. Now highways and expressways are being constructed in Uttar Pradesh,” said Adityanath.
Adding, “Uttar Pradesh has become completely riots-free and crime-free.”
Taking reference of NCRB report, Adityanath said that no communal riots took place under his tenure. He further adds UP is on way of development.
He said that his government would not allow “the security of traders and entrepreneurs in UP to be breached. Uttar Pradesh has progressed strongly in the last five and a half years precisely because of restoration of rule of law in the state”.
Chief Minister said “I am happy to inform you that the work on 4-lane Bijnor-Moradabad Road has been completed at a cost of Rs 208 crore. Similarly, an amount of Rs 51.81 crore was made available for widening and strengthening of Rehar, Kaharipur, Badigarh, Surajnagar roads.”
Listing the development works, he said, “The construction work of Mahatma Vidur Government Medical College at a cost of Rs 281 crore is also going on a war footing. And it is our endeavour that from the next session the student of Bijnor can get admission to the medical college.”
“Previously, there was no housing facility for the policemen. Now, state-of-the-art barracks along with multi-storey residential facilities are being constructed in every police line. Today, construction of the women’s hostel has been completed here. We are ensuring that the best residential facilities are available for the police personnel also,” he added.
oard and other departments. Due to the innovative scheme of One District One Product started in 2018, the brass business of Moradabad has increased from Rs 4000 crore to over Rs 10,000 crore,” he said.
“We have also witnessed innovations with the use of technology here. Instructions have been issued to take forward the Madhya Ganga Canal Project in a time-bound manner. Besides, directive has been issued to expedite completion of under construction Police lines and other buildings,” the CM remarked.
He informed that during the meeting, possibilities of investment and employment were also explored in education, infrastructure and industrial sectors.