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Investments of Over Rs 35,000 Crore in Dairy & Livestock to Create 1 Lakh Job Opportunities in UP

According to an official document, the investors have promised to invest more than Rs 35000 crore in dairy and livestock, one of the state's significant industries.

Ayushi Sikarwar
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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (File Image)

Yogi Adityanath, chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, would oversee a major rise in all sectors, with investments totalling more than Rs 33.52 lakh crore making their way to the ground in more than 20 different industries.

According to an official document, the investors have promised to invest more than Rs 35000 crore in dairy and livestock, one of the state's significant industries. The dairy industry would receive more than Rs 31,000 crore in investment, and the livestock industry will receive more than Rs 4400 crore.

It stated that a five-person committee has been established to implement the investment proposal of Rs 35,000 crores received in the dairy and livestock industries through GIS. The team will work under the direction of the Animal Husbandry Department.

Employment for more than one lakh is anticipated to be created by combining the two industries.

This committee will now endeavour to guarantee that 1432 investment proposals in the livestock sector and 1051 Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) in the dairy sector are implemented as quickly as possible.

Yogi Adityanath has further issued directives to ensure that the groundbreaking ceremony is planned and that the proposals are put into action as soon as possible.

He advised the concerned officials to work closely with the Invest UP team and the Industrial Development Department when needed.

At the commencement of its administration, the Yogi government placed a strong emphasis on milk production, milk processing, and animal promotion.

The investment proposed in this industry will result in a significant increase in employment possibilities.

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