LUCKNOW: UP boasts of the best infrastructure in the country today as things have changed in the past six years, said chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday. Underlining the state’s potential to back the increasing possibilities in spirituality and eco-tourism sectors, the CM said it is ‘New India’s New Uttar Pradesh’, which is ready to play the role of growth engine of the country.
The CM made these comments during his meeting with a delegation of investors from Singapore on the sidelines of the Global Investors Summit in the state capital. Singapore entrepreneurs have signed 20 MoUs worth Rs 29k crore. In his address, Singapore High Commissioner Simon Wong, who led the delegation of investors from his country, said UP was like his second home.
Showcasing the state’s tourism potential, Yogi pointed out that around one crore tourists have been visiting Varanasi every month since opening of the Kashi Vishwanath Corridor. He said that the construction work of Ram temple has started in Ayodhya, and the number of tourists has increased 10 times. “Vedic literature of India has been written in Naimish. We are developing Shuk Teerth in Hastinapur.
The birthplace of Lord Krishna is being developed through the Braj Teerth Board. This will provide convenience to the tourists”, the CM said. He said UP is also endowed with the most fertile land and water resources in the country. “Every district has its own special products. We have taken forward these traditional products in the form of One District One Product (ODOP).
Due to this, there has been a huge increase in the exports of the state,” Yogi said. Welcoming the delegation, he said that Singapore has an important contribution in India’s independence. He said that Singapore was also the first country to join GIS-23 as a partner country.
Wong, who came to meet CM Yogi with 17 entrepreneurs, said: ”We have signed 20 MoUs worth Rs 29,000 crore. Our entrepreneurs are investing in education, smart city and safe city projects, waste management, data centers and many other sectors.”

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