UP CM gives Rs 465 crore projects to Deoria | Varanasi News


GORAKHPUR: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday inaugurated and laid the foundation stones of projects worth over Rs 465 crores through video conferencing in Deoria district on the birth anniversary of Pt Deen Dayal Upadhyaya. While foundation stones of projects costing over Rs 382 crore were laid, projects of over Rs 82 crores were inaugurated.
The CM also announced a museum to be established in Deoria in the name of martyr Ramchandra Vidyarthi, a bridge on river Choti Gandak in the name of martyr Sona Sonar and a park in Deoria in the name of late Janmejay Singh, MLA who died recently.
“The projects have been inaugurated on the anniversary of Pt Deen Dayal Upadhyaya. During the freedom struggle, the contribution of martyr Ramchandra Vidyarthi of Deoria district can’t be denied,” the CM said.
While enumerating the benefits of farm bills which were passed recently in Parliament, the CM said, “The farm bills passed in Parliament are for the benefit of the farmers, but some selfish people who want to curb the rights of the farmers are confusing them.”
He instructed to make payment of sugarcane farmers within the time-limit. He also directed the administration and sugarcane department to look into the issue of Pratapur sugar mill dues of farmers.
The CM also said that the administration will provide compensation to the farmers within 24 hours for their crops destroyed due to heavy rain.
The CM instructed the officials to begin dialysis treatment at Devraha Baba Medical College, and said Governor Rajasthan and then MP Kalraj Mishra had played an important role in the making of the medical college.
Keeping in view water logging and water drainage issues, Yogi asked the Deoria Nagar Palika to submit a proposal for water drainage and also announced to make available the funds.

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