INDIA

PM Modi Lays Foundation Stone of NIA

Prime Minister Narendra Modi placed the foundation stone of the Noida International Airport (NIA) in Jewar in Uttar Pradesh. The construction of the airport is made at the cost of over Rs 10,050 crore. The airport is expanded over 1300 hectares of land, and the first phase of the airport will be completed by 2024 and will serve around 1.2 crore passengers a year.


Once the airport starts its operations, it will be the biggest airport in Asia and the fourth-largest in the world. PM Modi informed on Twitter that the project would expand commerce, connectivity and tourism. Uttar Pradesh will also become the only state in India to have five international airports.


Deepak Kapoor, Director, Gulshan Group, said that the Jewar Airport would place Noida on a global map. It will bring a lot of investment from several industries. The new section of the corporate class, including HNIS, UHNIs will come into the city for long-term income opportunities due to the seamless connectivity and high-end infrastructural constructions. “We are happy to see the development and support from the government and look forward to becoming fully operational,” he added.


PM Modi, after laying the foundation stone for NIA told that the airport would help crores of people of Delhi-NCR and western Uttar Pradesh. “This airport will become the logistics gateway of northern India. After seven decades, Uttar Pradesh is getting what it has always deserved with the government’s efforts.

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