Before the CM’s visit, three authorities rush to draw up the list of projects to be launched | News from Noida


Noida: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is due to visit the city on Thursday. It will distribute laptops to deserving students in Noida and five other districts in Meerut Division.
Industrial development authorities, however, are not ready to pass up the opportunity. They are getting ready to launch some big projects that day.
In the main auditorium of Gautam Buddha University in Greater Noida, around 500 students from Noida and other districts will participate in the event. Among them, five to six students will be called to the stage and congratulated by the chief minister. A total of 2,000 laptops will be distributed to students in Noida, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Bulandshahr, Hapur and Baghpat.
“Some of these students will be called to the stage while others will receive their machines later today,” said Meerut commissioner Surendra Singh. Officials said a higher number of laptops – around 500 – would be given to students in Noida and Greater Noida based on the higher population.
Meanwhile, the three authorities compete for the launch of their flagship projects. Officials from the Noida Authority said they had finalized 15 projects worth more than Rs 350 crore for launch on Thursday. These projects include the Noida Bus Station in Sector 82, an underpass at the intersection of Sectors 51 and 71, a mini stadium in Sarfabad, a park in Sector 117, among others. Likewise, the Greater Noida Authority is preparing for the Ganga water supply project. Authority officials said a plaque engraved with details of the project would be unveiled and installed at its facility in Jaitpur. Ganga’s water supply to households across the city could take a few more days, officials added.
Yamuna Expressway Authority officials are also finalizing the list of their projects that could be unveiled that day.
Ahead of the Chief Minister’s visit, five new police stations in Noida will begin operating from the existing police outposts until the dedicated buildings are completed. Sources have said that Adityanath may even inaugurate them. While land has been allocated to the new police stations, construction of the buildings has not yet started.
Since the chief minister is likely to arrive at the university by helicopter, officials had not yet finalized the road map.
(with contributions from Shikha Salaria)
Noida: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is due to visit the city on Thursday. It will distribute laptops to deserving students in Noida and five other districts in Meerut Division.
Industrial development authorities, however, are not ready to pass up the opportunity. They are getting ready to launch some big projects that day.
In the main auditorium of Gautam Buddha University in Greater Noida, around 500 students from Noida and other districts will participate in the event. Among them, five to six students will be called to the stage and congratulated by the chief minister. A total of 2,000 laptops will be distributed to students in Noida, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Bulandshahr, Hapur and Baghpat.
“Some of these students will be called to the stage while others will receive their machines later today,” said Meerut commissioner Surendra Singh. Officials said a higher number of laptops – around 500 – would be given to students in Noida and Greater Noida based on the higher population.
Meanwhile, the three authorities compete for the launch of their flagship projects. Officials from the Noida Authority said they had finalized 15 projects worth more than Rs 350 crore for launch on Thursday. These projects include the Noida Bus Station in Sector 82, an underpass at the intersection of Sectors 51 and 71, a mini stadium in Sarfabad, a park in Sector 117, among others. Likewise, the Greater Noida Authority is preparing for the Ganga water supply project. Authority officials said a plaque engraved with details of the project would be unveiled and installed at its facility in Jaitpur. Ganga’s water supply to households across the city could take a few more days, officials added.
Yamuna Expressway Authority officials are also finalizing the list of their projects that could be unveiled that day.
Ahead of the Chief Minister’s visit, five new police stations in Noida will begin operating from the existing police outposts until the dedicated buildings are completed. Sources have said that Adityanath may even inaugurate them. While land has been allocated to the new police stations, construction of the buildings has not yet started.
Since the chief minister is likely to arrive at the university by helicopter, officials had not yet finalized the road map.
(with contributions from Shikha Salaria)
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