New Delhi: In this world full of pollution and noise, now people want peace and clean environment. Saudi Arabia is going to make this fantasy come true. This country has announced to build a city where there will be neither cars nor pollution. It will be known as 'The Line'. Construction of this city will begin in a month. There will be no road in this city with an area of 170 kilometers. This is a very ambitious plan of Saudi Arabia dependent on oil.
City to be built on the banks of Red Sea
Saudi Arabia is building a future business center on the coast of the Red Sea under its Neom business zone. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia has announced the launch of this city. There will be no car nor road in 'The Line'. One million people will be able to live in this eco city. It will have facilities like schools, health centers and greenery. According to Prince Mohammed - we need to change the concept of the traditional city to be the city of the future. Neom means 'future.'
Billions will be invested in Neom
Traveling to this city of hiking is expected to take no more than 20 minutes, with plans for a high-speed public transport system. Artificial intelligence will play an important role in this.
It will be powered by 100% clean energy.
It will provide pollution free, healthier and more sustainable environment for the residents.
- Neom project in the northwest of Saudi Arabia is investing about $ 500 billion. The Crown Prince intends to provide jobs to the youth under this new Special Economic Zone on the banks of the Red Sea.
-Niom will be spread over an area of 26,500 square kilometers and its borders will touch Jordan and Egypt.
Neom was announced in 2017. The project will create 3,80,000 jobs and by 2030 will bring about 48 billion dollars to Saudi Arabia's GDP.
- Prince Salman himself will supervise this city development work.
- Total $ 500 billion will be spent on this project.
Crown Prince Salman said that I envisaged the afterlife of oil. Why do we think that growth cannot be enhanced with preserving nature. Why do we sacrifice nature with development?
This new city will prove to be a new revolution for mankind without cars, roads and carbon emissions. This will bring great improvement and prosperity in people's lives.
Project has been a political issue
Since the announcement of Crown Prince Salman of Saudi Arabia, the Neom project has been a questionable and political controversy. The question of economic analysts about this project has been whether this project will be realistic? Will it be able to get the required investment?
On this, Prince has said that Neom projector, Saudi Arabian government and foreign investors will definitely get the necessary investment in the next 10 years to build this city.