The capital of Uttar Pradesh is being decorated for the 3-day Global Investors Summit, which will be launched on Friday in Lucknow by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Several ministers from the federal and provincial governments, as well as several influential businessmen, are anticipated to attend the event from February 10 to 12.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, State Industrial Development Minister Nand Gopal Gupta Nandi, industrialists Mukesh Ambani, K Chandrasekaran, Kumar Mangalam Birla, and Anand Mahindra will all speak at the summit’s opening session, according to information provided by the state government.
According to the announcement, several Union ministers will attend various sessions on Friday, including Rajnath Singh, R K Singh, Smriti Zubin Irani, Ashwini Vaishnav, G Kishan Reddy, and Pashupati Kumar Paras.
Along with President Droupadi Murmu, over 15 cabinet members are anticipated to attend, including Ministers of Finance Nirmala Sitharaman, Health Mansukh Mandaviya, Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, and Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani.
We are hoping that as many leaders from important businesses as possible would attend the conference, said the CEO of Invest UP, Abhishek Prakash, the crucial division in charge of organizing the UPGIS (UP Global Investors Summit).
It is anticipated that more than 300 eminent industrialists will attend.
The list of participants, according to the contention, also includes Swati Dalal from Abbott Nutrition, Mahesh Sugru from Tata Motors, Uday Sinha from the Ekana Group, Adil Zaidi from Ernst & Young, Dheeraj Kapoor from Flipkart, Dhruv Galgotia from the Galgotia University, Dinesh Gupta from Green Ply, Rajeev Garg from the Haldiram Group, Sanjee.
The state originally set a goal to solicit investment ideas at the UPGIS-2023 worth Rs 10 lakh crore, but then raised it to Rs 17.3 lakh crore. This makes the event significant for the state.
Almost every member of the UP Cabinet will be in attendance, including Brajesh Pathak and deputy chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya.
On the first day, chief minister Yogi Adityanath is addressing the crowd. Nand Gopal Nandi, the minister of industry for Uttar Pradesh, will deliver the opening remarks.
The state administration has also made plans to broadcast the opening session live on television.
For the event, the state government has set up a vacant plot of land in Vrindavan Yojna, which is adjacent to the district headquarters and the Lucknow Airport.
The 25,000 square meter space and contemporary hangers with all the latest amenities have been built, according to officials.
The UAE, Australia, the UK, Singapore, Denmark, Japan, and other partners have all been given space to host exhibitions, as have many government agencies and commercial businesses.
Officials claim that the summit’s preparations started over two months ago.
Divisional and district-level investors’ summits were organized. To draw significant investment, exceptional roadshows were held in numerous places around the nation as well as in 21 cities in 16 different nations, according to an official.
The event’s access roads have been cleaned up. On Shaheed Path, Sultanpur Road, Lohia Path, and the road connecting to Shaheed Path from Samtamulak crossing, the roads are being widened and repaired in several locations.
The event’s access roads have been cleaned up. On Sultanpur Road, Shaheed Path, Lohia Path, and the road connecting to Shaheed Path from Samtamulak crossing, the roads are being widened and repaired in several locations.
According to officials, a big army of men has been assigned to prune trees and grow rhetorical plants along the entire distance of the route leading to the site, in addition to the many painters who have been assigned to paint the roadsides.
In preparation for the occasion, the Lucknow Police Commissioner has added police and traffic officers to the routes leading to the Vrindavan Yojna.
28 IPS, 68 PPS, and more than 5,500 more police officers have been deployed in addition to the Lucknow Police Commissionerate’s officers to maintain security measures, according to Prashant Kumar Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order).
He added that thirty companies of the Parliamentary forces and PAC (province armed constabulary) have also been stationed to manage the arrangement, and commando units of the ATS will also be stationed at key locations.
Plans have been undertaken to guarantee effective traffic control. Additionally, each district has received an alert. Additionally, appropriate patrol preparations are being prepared in the district.