Madhya Pradesh proposes development of greenfield smart cities
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Madhya Pradesh proposes development of greenfield smart cities

Madhya Pradesh government has sent a proposal to the centre regarding the selection of Pithampur Sector-7 and Jabalpur textile and logistic cluster, under Greenfield Smart City project.

The state government is optimistic about the selection of at least one of the two proposed places and to get a Rs 10 billion grant for the project. Approximately 50 hectare of land, mostly owned by the government, is available at both locations. The area, along with other ideal conditions, meets the necessary criteria for the development of a Greenfield Smart City.

The urban administration commissioner of Madhya Pradesh, Bharat Yadav, stated that they were willing to present the potential of the areas, in terms of investments and economic growth, to the central government.

This would offer an idea of the current development status and the proposed work needed for industrial townships, environmental protection, employment, economic growth and other aspects of the living index.

Pithampur is an industrial area situated in the heart of Madhya Pradesh. It is located in the Dhar district of the state and is part of the Indore Metropolitan Region. It is known for its rich industrial significance and is home to a wide variety of industries arranged through different sectors.

In 2021, the central government proposed the development of eight greenfield smart cities and allocated a funding grant of Rs 80 billion for the respective states. The grant allocated for each city is limited to Rs 10 billion, which will be used to incubate the cities as pilot projects.

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Madhya Pradesh government has sent a proposal to the centre regarding the selection of Pithampur Sector-7 and Jabalpur textile and logistic cluster, under Greenfield Smart City project. The state government is optimistic about the selection of at least one of the two proposed places and to get a Rs 10 billion grant for the project. Approximately 50 hectare of land, mostly owned by the government, is available at both locations. The area, along with other ideal conditions, meets the necessary criteria for the development of a Greenfield Smart City. The urban administration commissioner of Madhya Pradesh, Bharat Yadav, stated that they were willing to present the potential of the areas, in terms of investments and economic growth, to the central government. This would offer an idea of the current development status and the proposed work needed for industrial townships, environmental protection, employment, economic growth and other aspects of the living index. Pithampur is an industrial area situated in the heart of Madhya Pradesh. It is located in the Dhar district of the state and is part of the Indore Metropolitan Region. It is known for its rich industrial significance and is home to a wide variety of industries arranged through different sectors. In 2021, the central government proposed the development of eight greenfield smart cities and allocated a funding grant of Rs 80 billion for the respective states. The grant allocated for each city is limited to Rs 10 billion, which will be used to incubate the cities as pilot projects. Also Read JSW Steel sees exports at more than 10% of 2022-23 sales Mahanadi Coalfields expects 13 per cent increase in production

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