Akhilesh calls for investment in infrastructure

Lucknow: In his efforts to spruce up infrastructure in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today appealed for investment, while pitching for a better network of roads and improved power generation.

The government will take co-operation of all organisations willing for all round development of the state and ready to work on the basis of economically logical and public oriented technique, Yadav said.

Akhilesh Yadav has called for investment in infrastructure.

Calling for investment in the state, Yadav said, "along with constructing a network of good roads, the government was working on increasing power generation."

He said the government was bringing new policy for industry, IT, agriculture and sugar sector which would directly benefit people. The chief minister was speaking in a meeting with representatives of ITOCHU Corporation Japan, Hajime Koshiyo, and his colleagues at his Shastri Bhawan office.

The government was ready to promote Japanese technique in modernisation of services and development, Yadav said.

During the meeting, Koshiyo, on behalf of his organisation, proposed to work in fields of power generation, high speed surface transport system based mono rail and airport.

He said his company was willing to give support in development of the state.


Updated Date: Jul 05, 2012 17:14 PM

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