UP Cabinet Clears Proposal To Set Up Heliports At Agra, Mathura And Prayagraj
Lucknow, April 19 (TNA) The Uttar Pradesh cabinet has cleared a host of proposals at a cabinet meet chaired by chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday. An official spokesman said that a total of 14 proposals were approved in the cabinet meet.
Imporant decisions taken include developing heliports at Agra, Mathura and Prayagraj. This would be done in collaboration with the private sector and the state government has already earmarked Rs fice crore for this.
After the meeting, Deputy CM Brajesh Pathak and Finance and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Suresh Kumar Khanna informed about the decisions of the cabinet.
The proposals that got green signal include decision to transfer Bhagirathi Guest House, built on 3000 sqm at Alaknanda Guest House, Haridwar to Uttar Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation, tourism department will get a helipad built near the Ramabai Ambedkar site in Lucknow.
The 82.53 km long Pukhrayan- Ghatampur-Bindki road, two laning of which is currently underway, will be upgraded to four lanes on PPP basis. There will be private investment of Rs 1136 crore in this.
The state government will get one percent of the profit on this. A Center for National Center for Disease Control will open in Lucknow. 2.5 acres of land has been given on lease for 30 years to NCDC at Jayatikheda in Sarojininagar.
25% posts of Lab Technician will be filled by promotion of Lab Assistant and an approval to amend the rules has been now given by the state cabinet. It was also decided that old buildings of KGMU will be demolished.