India - PM lays foundation stone of Asia's biggest airport in Noida
(MENAFN- NewsBytes) Prime Minister Narendra Modi today laid the foundation stone of Noida International Airport in Uttar Pradesh's Jewar. After the ceremony, he addressed a rally at the site where a huge crowd converged to witness the historic moment. The event is being attended by over 2.5 lakh people and a massive tent covering an area of over 12 lakh square feet has been constructed.
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The Noida International Airport will be UP's fifth international airport as well as Asia's largest airport. The airport is a key infrastructure project undertaken by the Yogi Adityanath-led BJP government in UP, which is gearing up for the Assembly elections next year. The government is projecting it as a 'gamechanger' for the state, which would become the 'logistics gateway of northern India.'
Details UP CM Adityanath had reviewed preparations on Tuesday
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