Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh) [India], August 12 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi
Adityanath on Saturday said that state’s law and order situation has become an
example in the country in the past six years and that every investor was willing to
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath made the remarks while 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.
He also stressed that investment proposals worth Rs 36 lakh crore have come to
Uttar Pradesh through the Global Investors Summit, which was held early this year.
The Chief Minister said, “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.”
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 centre 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. CM Yogi said that 10 years ago, the SP government wanted to set up at the cost of Rs. 1200 crore, in GIDA sector 26.