Overcoming challenges, UP made great strides in overall development Laying the foundation stone for Buddhist theme park
Laying the foundation stone for a 31.60 crore rupee Buddhist theme park as part of the Central Swadesh Darshan program and launching a multitude of development projects worth 524.07 crore rupees in the district of Siddharthnagar on Sunday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that by overcoming all challenges, Uttar Pradesh had made progress in overall development.
Welcoming the government’s reforms for the unprecedented development of an ambitious district (Siddharthnagar), the chief minister said: “Despite the wrath of natural calamities like floods, Siddharthnagar has made great strides. This has been possible thanks to several growth-oriented reforms implemented by the government on the ground, while ensuring the safety of every individual. “
The Chief Minister announced the inauguration and laid the groundwork for 300 development projects worth Rs 524.07 crore in five Assembly constituencies. A large part, including 29 projects worth Rs 115.20 crore, went to the Kapilvastu assembly constituency, while projects worth Rs 58.33 crore to Domariaganj, projects Worth Rs 45.74 crore in Shohratgarh, projects worth Rs 41.83 crore in Itwa and projects worth Rs. 45.39 crore were spent on assembly constituencies Bansi.
To honor the spirit of 80 people who sacrificed their lives for the country’s independence, a memorial to the great martyr will be built under the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav in Domariaganj.
Blaming the opposition for neglecting development, the chief minister said: “None of the previous governments thought of building a medical school here. Has anyone thought about why? The reason is that their development was limited to their own profit. If they had worked for the welfare of the people, this place would have had a medical school for a long time.
The medical school, built in Madhav Babu’s name, will provide affordable and accessible health facilities to people living in adjacent districts as well as Nepalese, he added. He went on to say that unlike previous governments, the Bharatiya Janata Party government has achieved the goal of benefiting every eligible person and has worked to push unserved places on the path of development without discrimination on any basis.
Reiterating his determination to eradicate crime and criminals, Yogi asserted, “Our government has freed 64,000 hectares of land from the dreaded gangsters and mafia, where the work for the welfare of the poor is carried out.
Committed to uplifting the destitute and underprivileged by performing the mantra of “sabka saath, sabka vikas aur sabka vishwas”, the chief minister said that more than 30,000 people had received homes in Siddharthnagar and in addition, toilets had been built for three lakh people in the neighborhood.
On this occasion, the Minister of State for Basic Education, Dr Satish Dwivedi, declared that Uttar Pradesh had been transformed into “Uttam” Pradesh. He said that through the efforts of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, “Mahakumbh” had secured a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for the greatest crowd management, the greatest sanitation campaign and the greatest. exercise in painting public sites. “For the development of the district, the government has also provided a medical school. In addition, along with a university degree from the government, five nagar panchayats were also given, ”he added.
Domariaganj Raghavendra MP Pratap Singh said it was the same land that the Samajwadi party government did not allow Yogi Adityanath to enter. “This is the same place where girls feared leaving their homes years ago, but today, thanks to the efforts of the government, the state has turned into a ‘safe’ place for women.” , did he declare.