Lucknow: UP is aiming for sky under the new Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Reviving the proposal of an international airport at Jewar, Greater Noida, Yogi directed officials to expedite work on the project.The airport was proposed in 2001 by then UP chief minister and now union home minister Rajnath Singh.
“Chief minister Yogi Adityanath has instructed all officials concerned to coordinate with the civil aviation ministry to get necessary approvals, so that the project is completed at the earliest. The project is crucial because it will help in bringing investment, setting up industries and creating jobs in the region along Yamuna Expressway,” said Suresh Rana, minister of state (Independent), sugarcane, sugar mills and industrial development.
This could be part of Yogi's fresh thrust to attract investments in the state. CM also said that soon a new industrial investment policy will be implemented.
"The state government will solve problems pertaining to state entrepreneurs on priority. To attract investment and ensure establishment of industries a new industrial investment policy will be implemented soon," the CM said.