Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, as he made his ninth visit to Noida, conveyed that the local youths must be provided jobs in the ongoing development projects and asked the administrators to efficiently look into the problems like unemployment through skill development programs.
CM also directed the officials to work effectively for enhanced living standards and security of the people residing in Noida and Greater Noida. These directions were communicated while CM was heading a review meeting for the first time involving all the three development authorities of the district- Noida, Greater Noida, and YEIDA. While keeping the “Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas” at the core of the guidelines, CM weighted on the fact that the local youths need to be employed and asked for the skill development programs to be made accessible to the local people through CSR drives. He also asked for Noida and Greater Noida to be advanced as smart cities under imperishable development standards in the meeting.
The meeting took place at the office of Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority where accompanying the CM at the meeting were chief secretary Anup Chandra Pandey, excise and prohibition minister Jai Pratap Singh, Noida MLA Pankaj Singh, Dadri MLA Tejpal Nagar, MP Mahesh Sharma, and industry minister Satish Mahana.
Yogi Adityanath arrived at the Expo center helipad around 4:30 pm where he was greeted by district magistrate BN Singh along with the CEOs of all the three authorities, Alok Tandon (Noida), Arun Vir Singh (YEIDA), and Narendra Bhooshan (GNIDA). Also present there to receive the CM was Vaibhav Krishna, the district police chief.
Giving substantial importance to the “inclusive” growth, the CM asked the bureaucrats to make sure that the villages are also being advanced parallelly to the urban regions. The dreams of the local youths need to be valued and the villages should be equipped with all the basic amenities, he asserted. Pankaj Singh, MLA Noida, felt that the metro stations falling in Noida and Greater Noida should also add the village names besides the sector/region names that currently exist on the station boards.
One of the biggest infrastructural developments across NCR, Jewar International Airport was one of the few predicted points that attracted discussions in the meeting. If the words of the CM are something to go by, the project should be completed in the next couple of years. However, on the current front, the government has just initiated the process of selecting the regions where the displaced locals could be relocated. The CM also said that the surroundings of the airport require development which can serve the future necessities of the region.
The district magistrate promised the completion of all the regulations related to the land acquisition for the airport by the 30th of August. The Chief-Minister, concluding the meeting, stressed on the instant need to enhance the current situations related to traffic, general security, and waste disposals so that the individuals visiting Noida and Greater Noida get a vibe which is completely positive.