Uttar Pradesh: PM Modi to launch projects worth Rs. 60,000 crore in Lucknow

Lucknow | Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday will attend the Ground Breaking Ceremony for various projects worth Rs 60,00 crore in Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow.

The Groundbreaking ceremony marks the implementation of 80 out of the 1,045 Memorandums of Understandings (MoUs) signed at the Uttar Pradesh Investors’ Summit, in February 2018. The Yogi Aditynath led Uttar Pradesh government had organised the UP Investors Summit to attract investments and promote industrialisation in the state. The projects aims towards creating around 2.1 lakh job opportunities in the state.

Earlier on Saturday while attending the concluding session at s ‘Transforming Urban Landscape’ convention, PM Modi said that his government would build a system which will ensure ease of living, education, employment, economy and entertainment for the people of the nation.

“We are bound to build a system for future generations, where life is based on 5 Es: Ease of Living, Education, Employment, Economy and Entertainment,”said PM Modi while further adding that “Our pledge to make lives of Indians simple and comfortable has become stronger after 3 years. We will give ‘pakka makaan’ to people who are poor and homeless.”

Speaking about the central government’s promise of providing affordable housing and facilitate every Indian with an accommodation by the year 2022, PM Modi said, “By 2022 we will try to ensure that everyone has a house. In order to meet this target the government has approved 54 lakh houses in the cities and also provided more than 1 crore houses to people in villages.”


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