Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched various projects worth Rs 60,000 crore in Lucknow. The ceremony was held to implement 81 of 1,045 MoUs signed at the Uttar Pradesh Investors’ Summit organized in February this year. The projects are expected to create over 2 lakh jobs. The ceremony was telecasted live at all the district headquarters.
The key projects, for which the foundation was laid, are spread out in 24 districts. The Reliance Jio Com would be investing Rs 10,000 crores and BSNL will invest Rs 5,000 crores for laying optical cable network in the state. Moreover, Infosys would be investing Rs 5,000 crores and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) will be investing Rs 2,300 crores to establish IT/TES centers across the state. In addition to this, Adani Power is investing Rs 2,500 crores to lay 765 KV Ghatampur-Hapur transmission lines. Paytm is investing Rs 3500 crores to build its headquarters and campus in the state, according to an official release issued by the state government.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also laid the foundation of Rs 10,000 crore India’s first Mobile Open Exchange Zone (MOX) at World Trade Centre, Noida. UP government had earlier this year signed a MoU with World Trade Center, Noida, to develop a ‘tech zone’ as a nucleus of the Mobile Open Exchange Zone (MOX).,
Several prominent industrialists including Gautam Adani, Aditya Kumarmanglam Birla, and Sanjeev Puri of ITC, Subash Chandra, Rajya Sabha MP and chairman of Essel Infra group Dr B R Shetty of Abu Dhabi based NMC healthcare and Indian billionaire Yusuf Ali of Lulu group with an annual turnover of 7.4 billion US dollars employing largest number of Indian outside India were present.
The other major projects are Lulu group Rs 2,000 cr, Essel infra Rs 1,750 cr, Bigcem cement Rs 1,200 cr, The Phoenix Rs 800 cr, Sparsh Indust5ries of Kanpur Rs 600 cr, Eco plus Rs 552 cr, Ladhani group Rs 550 cr, Intex Rs 500 cr, ACC cement Rs 500 cr,: Green ply Rs 500 cr, Patanjali Rs 2,118.43 cr, KRBL Rs 502.13 cr, Paswara paper Limited Rs 351 cr, Metro wholesale Rs 350 cr, DCM Shri Ram Rs 350 cr, Nilaya green infra Rs 350 cr, Ankur udyog Rs 348.21 cr, Kent RO Rs 300 cr, SCC builders Rs 300 cr, KKG industry Rs 250 cr, Amplus solar Rs 250 cr, PTC industry Rs 205 cr,Triveni Rs 200 cr, Bharat petroleum Rs 200 cr, Amba group Rs 183.75 cr, Nipa Rs 182.2 cr, BL agro Rs 165 cr, Berger paint Rs 150 cr, Kepl Rs 150 cr,IL and FS Rs150 cr ,LGIL Rs 131.5 cr, Dharampal Premchand ltd Rs 120 cr, SAiron Rs110 cr, Goldee Rs 100 cr.
The Tikaula sugar mill of Muzaffarnagar will invest Rs 100 cr, Shriram Rs 100 cr, Rajesh Masala Rs 100 cr, Uber-Rs 100 cr, Madhusudan Rs177.13 cr, Kiara Rs 100 cr, Inox air Rs 110 cr, Kl shashtri Rs 100 cr, Oxirich construction a real estate company plans to invest Rs 80 cr, Niine Rs 80 cr, Lotus trans Rs 75 cr.
The Centrum Rs 75 cr, Yash Rs 73.44 cr, Birla uttam Rs 71.4 cr, Klassic homz Rs 60 cr, RSPL Rs 58 cr, Bikaner Rs 67 cr, RCM Rs 50 cr, SD international Rs 50 cr, Shiva construction Rs 50 cr, Saptam Rs 46 cr, AA group Rs 40 cr, Gyan group Rs 40 cr, RR group Rs 37.75 cr, Maruti paper Rs 36.04 cr, GKP resource Rs 35 cr, Sael Rs 25 cr, Balothiya Rs 25 cr, Bd group Rs 24 cr, Shivashrit Rs 22 cr, JMD Rs 15 cr, Gyandhara Rs 14.50 cr, Narayani Rs 13.85 cr, Sugna foods Rs 7.50 cr, Bajrang pole-Rs 7 cr, Toshi-Rs 5 cr,Today Rs 3.50 cr and Desi dairy Rs 2.50 cr.