Prime Minister Narendra Modi lays foundation Stone of Noida International Airport

Anushka Khare Posted on: 2021-11-26 09:00:00 Viewer: 2,061 Comments: 0 Country: India City: Noida

Prime Minister Narendra Modi lays foundation Stone of Noida International Airport

Noida, India (Urban Transport News): The Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation Stone of Noida International Airport, Uttar Pradesh on November 25, 2021. Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, Union Ministers Jyotiraditya Scindia, Gen V K Singh, Sanjiv Baliyan, SP Singh Baghel and B L Varma were among those present on the occasion.

Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister said  that the new India of the 21st century is building one of the best modern infrastructure today. “Better roads, better rail network, better airports are not just infrastructure projects but they transform the entire region, transforming people's lives completely”, Prime Minister said.

He said that Noida International Airport will become the logistics gateway of northern India. This airport will make the entire region a powerful symbol of the National Gatishakti Masterplan, he added.

Commenting on the economic fallout of infrastructure development, the Prime Minister said employment opportunities are created during airport construction. The airport also requires thousands of people to run smoothly.Therefore “this airport will also give new employment to thousands of people of western UP”.

The Prime Minister remarked that after 7 decades of independence, for the first time, Uttar Pradesh has started getting what it has always deserved. With the efforts of the double engine government, today Uttar Pradesh is turning into the most connected region of the country. He said, NOIDA International Airport will play a major role in the growing aviation sector of India and will be a key center of maintenance, repair and operations of aircrafts. He informed that the Maintenance, repair and overhaul MRO facility is coming up in 40 acre, giving employment to hundreds of young people. Today India spends thousands of crore rupees for getting these services abroad.

Commenting on the integrated multi-modal cargo hub that is coming up, he said that in a land-locked state like Uttar Pradesh  airport will be very useful. This hub will serve industrial centres like Aligarh, Mathura, Meerut, Agra, Bijnor, Moradabad and Bareilly. He said Khurja artisans, Meerut Sports Industry, Saharanpur furniture, brass industry of Moradabad, Agra footwear and Petha industry will get huge support from the upcoming infrastructure.

The Prime Minister said “infrastructure is not part of politics for us but part of national policy (Rashtra Niti). We are making sure that the projects do not get stuck, do not hang in limbo or do not go astray. We try to ensure that the infrastructure work is completed within the stipulated time”.

"A big day for all of us with the laying of the foundation stone of Noida International Airport in the presence of Honourable Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi. In the picture, CEO Noida International Airport Christoph Schnellmann and MD Zurich Airport International Daniel Bircher going through this fascinating and innovative generation project for the National Capital Region with the Prime Minister and Chief Minister of UP. Congrats to whole team to achieve this great milestone!," said Stephan Widrig, Chief Executive Officer, Zurich Airport.

The Prime Minister listed the recent initiatives undertaken by the government. He talked about the milestone of 100 crore vaccine doses, determination of net zero goal by 2070, Kushinagar Airport, 9 medical colleges in Uttar Pradesh, new dam and irrigation projects in Mahoba, Defence corridor and related projects in Jhansi, Purvanchal expressway, celebration of Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas, modern railway station in Bhopal, National highway in Pandharpur, Maharashtra and, today, Noida International Airport. “Selfish policies of certain political parties could not stand in front of our patriotism and national service”, the Prime Minister concluded.

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