Lucknow: PM Modi has said that the Modi-Yogi government will ensure development not only in the cities of Uttar Pradesh but also in the villages.
A new four-lane expressway has been constructed in the state of Uttar Pradesh. This expressway has been set up by the Uttar Pradesh Expressway Industry Development Authority. Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for this road in February 2020. After that the work started and the road construction work was going on for 28 months. This four-lane highway has been constructed with a length of 296 km at a cost of around 14 thousand 850 crores. Starting from NH-35 at Konda village in Chitrakoot, the road passes through 8 districts namely Banda, Mahoba, Hamirpur, Jalan, Auraiya and Etawah. It then connects with the Agra-Lucknow Expressway.
This road is today U.P. Prime Minister Modi dedicated to the people. He then said, “This expressway will lead to development, self-employment and other business opportunities in Bundelkhand. If the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh is improved and the road expansion is improved, the state will face all challenges and succeed. Both of these are being continuously improved under the BJP regime. Modi-Yogi government will take development not only to cities but also to villages,” he said.
Attack on Samajwadi: “During the previous regime it took 40 years to complete the Sarayu project. The Gorakhpur Fertilizer Factory was closed for 30 years. It took 12 years to complete the Arjun Dam project. They had only one board for the Amethi Rifle Factory. Ray Bareilly Coach Factory was only painting coaches. But now the infrastructure in Uttar Pradesh has improved. “The identity of UP is changing,” PM Modi said.