MUMBAI: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adhyanath said on Monday that the north Indian state is changing and will become one of the most progressive states in the country by achieving its goal of becoming a $1 trillion economy in the next five years. Said to emerge as one.
Yogi, who visited Mumbai for a two-day roadshow, said UP is not looking to bring Mumbai’s film industry or industrial investment here, but wants healthy competition with them.
During the visit, Yogi will meet with businessmen, investors, bankers and Bollywood celebrities. He kicked off the tour by meeting the UP Diaspora on Wednesday.
On Thursday, we will be meeting with private and public sector bankers at 9am before the GIS 2023 road show. Companies such as Tata Group, Reliance Industries, Mahindra and Godrej will be on the roadshow.
Yogi detailed a movie city being built in his state. “The film city we are building in Uttar he Pradesh is spread over 1,000 acres of land (Mumbai Film City he is on 500 acres of land).
“Our aim is not to bring Bollywood from Mumbai to UP. We are inviting the film industry by providing world-class facilities. I am ready to come.
“So we’re not taking anything away from anyone, but it will be a healthy competition between the two,” he said.
Asked if the UP will reach its goal of a $1 trillion economy in the next five years, Yogi said the development that has been brought to all sectors over the past six years will help the state reach its goal. said.
“Today, we have made significant progress in all areas including infrastructure and industry over the past six years. We have 940,000 MSME units that drive the development of the state,” he said.
“We have created a paradigm shift in the law and order landscape in the state. In the last six years, there has not been a single incident of rioting in the state. Businessmen and investors are now safe in the state. I feel,” added Yogi.