Research paper ‘Yogi at One Trillion Drive: Accelerating UP to a Trillion Dollar Economy’ will be released on Aug 14 at JNU
LUCKNOW, Aug 12 (The CONNECT) - As Uttar Pradesh led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath makes strides towards $1 trillion economy goal in order to contribute significantly to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's $ 5 trillion target for the country, a research work based on the UP CM’s efforts will be released on August 16 at 4:30 pm at the Convention Center of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi.
‘Yogi at One Trillion Drive: Accelerating UP to a Trillion Dollar Economy’, written originally in English by JNU Professor Poonam Kumari and its Hindi translation research paper ‘Yogi at Trillion Abhiyan: Uttar Pradesh Sudridh Arthvyavastha ki ore’ will be released by Union Minister of State General Dr VK Singh.
Prominent among the people who will attend the event are: Prof. Rambahadur Rai, President of Indira Gandhi National Center for Arts; Prof. Balram Pani, Dean of College, University of Delhi; Prof. Shantisree D. Pandit, Vice-Chancellor of JNU; and Sanjeev Nishtal, Director of S.Attention Research Center, Bangalore.
The research booklet highlights in detail how Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has made the Prime Minister's vision his mission and is changing the national and global perception of Uttar Pradesh. It also examines in detail his efforts to achieve the ambitious target of making UP a $ 1 trillion economy.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday said that Uttar Pradesh's law and order situation has become an example in the country in the past six years and that every investor was willing to invest in the state, stressing that investment proposals worth Rs 36 lakh crore have come to UP through the Global Investors Summit, which was held early this year.
He was addressing a gathering after taking part in the groundbreaking ceremony and laying the foundation stone of the ethanol and ENA plant of M/s Keyaan Distilleries Private Limited to be set up at the cost of Rs 1200 crore, in GIDA Sector 26.
"Due to the weak law and order situation, people were afraid to start industries and businesses in UP six years ago and people of UP faced an identity crisis during the SP-BSP governments," Yogi said.
He mentioned that the youth no longer faces an identity crisis now and they proudly identify themselves as being from Uttar Pradesh.
CM Yogi said that with the start of the new ethanol plant, Sahjanwa will be developed as a new center of green energy, adding that the establishment of a grain-based ethanol plant will not only significantly increase the income of the farmers, but also enhance self-sufficiency in the fields of energy and petroleum. Moreover, the money that used to go abroad for petroleum products will now go to the farmers, he pointed out.