सीएम योगी : यूपी में बनाएंगे देश की सबसे खूबसूरत फिल्म सिटी
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said that the country needs a good film city. Uttar Pradesh is ready to take on this responsibility. We will create a great film city. The area of Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway will be better for Film City.
The film will provide a better alternative to city filmmakers. Also, in terms of employment generation, it will also be a very useful endeavor. In this direction, an action plan should be prepared at the earliest with options for land.
The Chief Minister was reviewing the development works of Meerut division districts Meerut, Hapur, Baghpat, Gautam Budh Nagar, Ghaziabad, Bulandshahr through video conferencing at his residence on Friday. The public conference consisted of public representatives and senior officials of the board.
The Chief Minister directed to start the construction work of the proposed center for the training of public representatives in Ghaziabad soon. Referring to the efforts being made for the revival of Soti River in Hastinapur block of Meerut, the Chief Minister stressed the need to make MNREGA a medium for river and pond regeneration.
Do not delay in the work of smart city scheme, give priority:
The Chief Minister said that the plan to develop Meerut and Ghaziabad as smart cities is important. It should be started quickly. He said that the work of Safe City project should be completed expeditiously. The Chief Minister said that the government is committed to ensuring the supply of drinking water in every household. It is not at all acceptable to relax.
Nothing remains due at the start of new session
Reviewing the status of the payment made to the sugarcane farmers, the Chief Minister said that it should be ensured that all the previous dues are paid before the new crushing season starts. The Divisional Commissioner said that the sugarcane value of ₹ 4573.50 crore was payable for the crushing season 2018-19, which has been paid 100%.
Apart from this, 190.17 lakh quintals of excess sugarcane has been crushed against last crushing season 2018-19 till September 3, for which an additional sugarcane value of Rs.169.40 crores was paid. 3354.08 crore has been paid till 17 September against the total of 5190.19 crore payable in the crushing season 2019-20.
The Chief Minister directed the officers to pay the remaining amount. Speed to get development through expressway: In review, the Chief Minister said that the government is building a network of expressways in the state. Reviewing the progress of the Delhi-Meerut Expressway, he directed that this work should be completed by December 2020.
Treatment of corona until the vaccine is avoided:
Expressing satisfaction at the efforts being made at the field level to control the infection of Kovid-19, the Chief Minister said that till the time no effective drug or vaccine is developed, prevention is the best solution.
Give work only to a competent executive organization:
The Chief Minister said that only agencies with adequate manpower should work as a working organization. Those who do not have the required number of manpower, should not be made a working organization.
Keep consulting public representatives:
Interacting with the public representatives at the review meeting, the Chief Minister directed the officers to maintain coordination. MP Satyapal Singh thanked the Chief Minister for better system of public health in the Kovid era, while MP General VK Singh stated the need to improve drinking water facilities.
MP Bhola Singh demanded the payment of sugarcane farmers. MLA from Sahibabad Sunil Sharma stated the need for a new hospital. While Satyavir Tyagi, an MLA from Meerut, requested for various road projects, the MLA from Chhaprauli in Baghpat demanded the Kanya Inter College in his area to be upgraded as a college.
When the MLA from Dibai demanded the completion of the construction of a 100-bed hospital in his area, MLA Secunderabad Vimal Singh Solanki, complaining about the honesty of the Chief Minister as a motivator, complained of corruption at the village level. The Chief Minister asked to provide a list of such officers and assured that action will be taken against them.