New businesses will create employment in Bundelkhand: CM Yogi
“Our administration prioritises growth, but there are some who engage in polarising politics and want to impede the country’s progress. But we are dedicated to pushing forward so that we may realise the hopes and goals of the young, the chief minister said as he and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari officially opened and laid the cornerstones for road projects in Mahoba.
He said that Bundelkhand had advanced significantly and that the Bundelkhand Expressway had emerged as the region’s lifeline as the Har Ghar Nal Yojana took form.
The chief minister said that the infrastructure of the nation had altered and the speed of the economy had accelerated coincidentally with Gadkariji’s road network. Every Bundelkhand inhabitant is pleased today, he remarked, since strong infrastructure promotes growth.
“Bundelkhand receives funding from the state budget. For the development of Jhansi’s “Industrial Development Authority,” a deal of Rs 6,000 crore has been negotiated. He stated that funding had been allocated for constructing two new industrial clusters on the Bundelkhand Expressway and that the job of extending the motorway to Jhansi and Chitrakoot was also under discussion.
The chief minister said that during the Global Investors’ Conference, investment offers worth Rs. 4.30 lakh crore and Rs. 24,000 crore for Bundelkhand and Mahoba, respectively, had been received (GIS). “Has anybody considered making an investment here before? Development has reached a new level because to improved law and order and infrastructure, the speaker said.
“Arjuna subsidiary projects are connected to major irrigation projects. The greatest drinking water and irrigation systems will be available to the public. He claimed that the Arjun Sagar Project, Urmil Dam, Kabrai, and Lahsura dam projects will offer clean drinking water as well as water for farmers’ crops.