Noida2 hours ago
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has laid the foundation stone of Jewar Airport. On this occasion, Modi said that Jewar airport will make connectivity easier. It will directly connect UP to international markets. Farmers will be able to export fruits, vegetables, fish quickly. Meerut’s sports industry, Agra’s petha will be easy to reach the foreign market.
The PM said, ‘After independence, UP was forced to listen to taunts. Sometimes taunts of poverty, sometimes taunts of scams, sometimes taunts of bad roads, sometimes taunts of mafia. Now UP is leaving an international mark. Earlier, infrastructure projects were announced like ravadis for political gains, but how the projects would get off the ground, it was never considered. Projects were stuck for decades. The blame for the delay was blamed on others.
Earlier, CM Yogi said that a follower of Jinnah had mixed bitterness in the sweetness of sugarcane. This airport will be very important to take sugarcane sweetness internationally.
PM Modi greeting the people present from the stage
Prime Minister Modi laid the foundation stone of the International Airport by pressing the remote button.
proposed model of jewar airport
The first flight will fly in September-2024
Noida International Airport will be the fourth largest airport in the world. It will be built in about 6200 hectares. 29,650 crore will be spent on its construction. In the first phase, a runway and a terminal will be built on 1,334 hectares of land by 2024.
The government intends that from September-2024, flights to Dubai including 9 cities of India should start here. The target is to complete the construction work of the entire airport by the year 2050. The country’s largest center for the maintenance of aircraft is going to be built near this airport. The Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of this hand-in-hand.
10 thousand soldiers of security forces were deployed
Noida ADCP Ranvijay Singh said, around 10,000 security forces were deployed in and around the foundation stone laying ceremony. In this, five thousand jawans belonged to the UP Police. Apart from this, there were also three thousand PAC and Para Military Force personnel.