Investments in Uttar Pradesh to Create Jobs For 1 Crore Youth, CM Yogi Adityanath
On Saturday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath announced that the investment proposals received at the Global Investors Summit held recently will provide employment to one crore youths of the state in the next three years. He laid the foundation stone of a rural mini-stadium at Bholaram Maskara Inter College in Sahjanwa, which will be built at a cost of Rs 10.43 crore and will have a multi-sports complex, athletics track, and audience gallery.
Adityanath also stated that investments in Sahjanwa and other places will enable youths to get jobs near their native places. The government will distribute two crore tablets and smartphones to students in degree colleges and build new technical and other institutes to prepare the youth for the job market.
Adityanath said that with the development taking place in the state and the potential of its youth, Uttar Pradesh is on the way to becoming the number one state of the country. He emphasized that the government is aggressively pursuing its development agenda while ensuring the security of the state. The mini-stadium will nurture sporting talent in rural areas of Sahjanwa and Gorakhpur and contribute to the "Khelo India" campaign initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2014.