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CM inaugurates Habitat Center in Aligarh, says, it scripts history of development



Habitat Centre should be named after Late Babu Kalyan Singh: CM Yogi

*We ensured development of every section, person: CM*

*CM Yogi launches development projects worth Rs 450 crore in Aligarh*

*CM inspects ongoing construction work of Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh State University*

AligarhMedia Desk, Aligarh/Lucknow, October 15। This Habitat Center, which is going to give a new identity to Aligarh, should be named after Late Babu Kalyan Singh, announced Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday. 

Inaugurating the Aligarh Habitat Centre and launching various development projects worth Rs 450 crore in Aligarh, the Chief Minister said, “People always desired to have a security system in the state that was given by late Shri Kalyan Singh ‘Babuji’ during his first term as a Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh in 1991. Babu Kalyan Singh also envisaged the recognition of Aligarh's distinctive product 31 years ago. As One District, One Product, today we are promoting the products of all the districts including Aligarh,globally”.

The chief minister also fed ‘kheer’ (rice pudding) to two children during ‘Annaprashan’ and handed over toys to their mothers. The CM also performed the ‘godbharayi’ of a pregnant woman. In addition, he felicitated, gave cheques and certificates to a number of beneficiaries of several government schemes .

Speaking on the occasion, Yogi said, “The  Habitat Center in Aligarh is taking the developmental work forward in a time bound manner.  Any government's top priority is development. However, work is not completed if the government provides funding, but the public does not participate.”

The CM went on to say that this Habitat Center made under the Smart City mission was needed for a long time. Under the leadership of PM Modi development works are rapidly progressing in the country and reaching every section of the society, without discrimination. 

Highlighting the features of the newly made habitat centre, the CM informed, “There is parking facility for 170 four wheeler vehicles along with good conference rooms. Additionally it will provide security for every daughter, every sister of the state under ‘Safe City’. There will also be shopping centers and an auditorium. It is unique in itself.”

Listing the various development schemes of the government and how they are benefitting every section of the society, the CM said that smartphones,  tablets are being given to every youth of UP to enable them to be technically competent. There is also an Abhyudaya Coaching for students preparing for the competitive examinations in the state.

Mentioning the development works carried out by his government in Aligarh, the CM said, “A node of the Defence Corridor is also being built here, which will develop into an export hub with production of defence products.”

The CM said: “Overall development is taking place under the Smart City mission. An airport is being developed in Jewar. With this, a center for maintenance of aircraft is being constructed, which will be the first in the country. Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh university will provide its training so that the youth of this place can get education from here and get employment here itself.

Yogi Adityanath said that the mantra of ‘sabka saath sabka vikas’ of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been turned into a reality as “We ensured uplift of every section, every person, without discriminating on any basis.”

*Increase foot patrolling in sensitive areas in view of festivals*

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took stock of the law and order situation in the Aligarh district. He also reviewed several development works of different departments being carried out in the district at the Collectorate Auditorium and ordered timely completion of these projects.

The Chief Minister directed the district administration to pay attention to the problems pointed out by the MLAs. The CM emphasised on carrying out development works, particularly at junctions, ring roads, and shopping complexes using PPP model. 

The Chief Minister has also instructed the police to deal firmly with any instances of loudspeakers being installed again in religious buildings. Along with this he asked officials to think of ways to boost the district revenues and issued instructions to prevent any encroachments at the intersections. 

Additionally, he asked the police to take the required steps to increase foot patrolling in sensitive areas, to keep watch at intersections, and to manage crowds in markets in view of festivals.

*CM observes blueprint and map of construction work of the university*

Prior to the launching of various projects, Yogi Adityanath inspected the ongoing construction work of Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh State University. During this, he also observed the blueprint and map of the construction work of the university and discussed it in detail with the officials. 

It is worth mentioning that in September 2019, the Yogi government announced the opening of a university in the name of Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh in Aligarh. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of the university in September 2021. The university is being constructed on 87.27 acres of land at a cost of Rs 101 crore. It is expected that the work will be completed by January 2023.

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