Govt to invest Rs 50 Bn on urban development in next 5 years
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Govt to invest Rs 50 Bn on urban development in next 5 years

The state's cities are dealing with the issue of migration and growing population pressure. It is projected that half of the state's inhabitants will reside in cities by 2047. To alleviate the deteriorating infrastructure in metropolitan areas, the government has initiated many urban development initiatives. In the next five years, the Swachh Bharat Mission 2.0 will invest a total of Rs 50 billion in piped water management and solid waste management initiatives in metropolitan areas. Projects for sewage disposal and solid waste management will be implemented across the metropolitan areas.

7.73 lakh dwellings have been proposed as part of the PM Awas Yojna to provide housing for everyone. In order to address the issue of vehicle pollution, 1,200 opulent buses will be operated in six cities: Indore, Bhopal, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Ujjain, and Sagar.

By 2030, India hopes to fulfil the demands of urban regions despite an increasing urban population by expanding public transit and recycling treated wastewater to answer the demand for fresh water. Minister: Expand product offerings under the ODOP scheme. The minister emphasises regulatory relief for MSMEs and ODOP growth. places a focus on investment assistance and employment creation. Put the infrastructure and MSE-Cluster Development Programme first. highlights the benefits of digitization and teamwork for the expansion of the MSME sector.

In accordance with the directives of the electricity ministry, Raipur Municipal Corporation and Indian Oil Corporation work together to establish EV charging stations in Raipur. The cooperation emphasises quick project completion and citizen facilities, and it involves income sharing and the signing of an agreement. The government of Chhattisgarh is in favour of the project, which opens the door for strategically placed sustainable urban growth.

The state's cities are dealing with the issue of migration and growing population pressure. It is projected that half of the state's inhabitants will reside in cities by 2047. To alleviate the deteriorating infrastructure in metropolitan areas, the government has initiated many urban development initiatives. In the next five years, the Swachh Bharat Mission 2.0 will invest a total of Rs 50 billion in piped water management and solid waste management initiatives in metropolitan areas. Projects for sewage disposal and solid waste management will be implemented across the metropolitan areas. 7.73 lakh dwellings have been proposed as part of the PM Awas Yojna to provide housing for everyone. In order to address the issue of vehicle pollution, 1,200 opulent buses will be operated in six cities: Indore, Bhopal, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Ujjain, and Sagar. By 2030, India hopes to fulfil the demands of urban regions despite an increasing urban population by expanding public transit and recycling treated wastewater to answer the demand for fresh water. Minister: Expand product offerings under the ODOP scheme. The minister emphasises regulatory relief for MSMEs and ODOP growth. places a focus on investment assistance and employment creation. Put the infrastructure and MSE-Cluster Development Programme first. highlights the benefits of digitization and teamwork for the expansion of the MSME sector. In accordance with the directives of the electricity ministry, Raipur Municipal Corporation and Indian Oil Corporation work together to establish EV charging stations in Raipur. The cooperation emphasises quick project completion and citizen facilities, and it involves income sharing and the signing of an agreement. The government of Chhattisgarh is in favour of the project, which opens the door for strategically placed sustainable urban growth.

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