The UP government would provide districts 51L youngsters employment
As soon as investment proposals start to materialise, the Uttar Pradesh government is preparing to employ nearly 51 lakh young people in districts with 17 municipal corporations, as major corporations plan to invest not only in Lucknow, Gorakhpur, Varanasi, and Prayagraj, but also in Agra and Jhansi.
Also, the Yogi administration has begun drafting a plan for giving jobs to young people in all municipal corporation regions, including Shahjahanpur, Firozabad, and Aligarh. Massive job prospects will be developed even in those areas that are thought of as being backward as investment bids to build up diversified industrial units start to surface in the state.
In the UP, there are 17 municipal corporations. In Lucknow, investments have been made in large quantities. With 782 proposals, the government would spend Rs 1,96,261 crore, creating more than 16,31 lakh employment possibilities for young people.
Likewise, Firozabad has received suggestions for 8.57 lakh young people seeking jobs totaling Rs 14,874 crore. Similar to this, Moradabad, a city well-known for its brass goods, has received investment proposals worth Rs 22,520 crore that, depending on their credentials, would open up job prospects for 40,321 young people.
The investment ideas would provide jobs for 42,898 Saharanpur youngsters. Ayodhya, Mathura, and Shahjahanpur are also competing for development. For the first time, voting will occur for the municipal corporation in Shahjahanpur, which got investment offers totaling Rs 66,502 crore at the World Investors' Conference.
Ayodhya and Mathura-Vrindavan formerly had municipal corporations established by the Yogi administration. More than 5.10 lakh young people from the district and its surrounding regions would have access to employment possibilities in different industries as soon as the initiatives are put into action.
5,34,72 youngsters from Ayodhya and 50,000 from Mathura-Vrindavan would be connected to jobs by the Yogi administration. As a consequence of the Yogi administration's efforts to restore rule of law and build a worldwide market for the goods via appealing branding, many well-known corporations are willing to invest in Gorakhpur, Varanasi, Ghaziabad, Jhansi, Prayagraj, and Lucknow, a government spokesperson said here on Tuesday.
The top 10 companies who participated in the GIS, including the Touchen Group of Companies, are open to investing in Varanasi, Lucknow, and Agra. RG Strategy Group will simultaneously bring investments in a variety of areas to Gorakhpur and Ghaziabad.
At Jhansi and Prayagraj, NTPC Ltd will make investments in the energy industry.