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UP govt to collaborate with Singapore to beautify state

Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India], February 10 (ANI): The Uttar Pradesh authorities on Friday mentioned they are going to collaborate with Singapore to make the town orderly and clear.

State Urban Development Minister AK Sharma, throughout a accomplice ciuntry session on the Global Investors Summit in Lucknow, mentioned it’s the duty of Singapore to beautify Uttar Pradesh, as a accomplice nation.

“There are a lot of people from Uttar Pradesh in Singapore. People from our UP made Singapore. Now it is the responsibility of Singapore to beautify UP,” he mentioned.

Between December 15 and 19 final 12 months, state Jal Shakti Minister Swatantra Dev Singh led a state delegation to Singapore and signed about 20 MoUs value Rs 28,000 crore. The traders with which the MoUs had been signed had been current on the session on Friday.

“There are two things that I like the most about Singapore. One is the work culture there and the other is the cleanliness all around. We have to developed UP in a similar vein. We have resolved to make UP clean. We need Singapore’s cooperation in this,” mentioned Sharma.

“We have the same culture and Lucknow and Singapore are also similar in terms of size. We have collaborated with Singapore in areas like waste management and water treatment. MoUs have been signed in many areas, including Urban Infrastructure, Industrial Corridor, IT-Electronics, Logistics, Startup, Data Center, Ethanol-Sugar Industry. We have a lot to learn from Singapore, especially with regard to construction of industrial infrastructure and high-rise buildings,” he added.

“Singapore’s airport traffic management, education system, peak hour traffic and IT manpower is something that Uttar Pradesh aspires to imbibe. Not just big cities like Noida and Greater Noida, every other city in UP also has to be made well organized and modern on the lines of Singapore,” mentioned Singh. (ANI)