Defense Corridor: 55 hectares of land will be allocated to 19 companies in Aligarh, companies will invest more than 1,245 crores

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the creation of a defense corridor in UP during the investor summit in January 2018. Corridors are being built by the state government from Lucknow to Kanpur, Chitrakoot, Jhansi, Agra and Aligarh nodes.

Avnish Kumar Awasthi.
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The state government has allocated 55 hectares of land to 19 companies in the Aligarh hub of the Defense Industry Corridor. These companies will invest approximately Rs 1,245 crore in the corridor. Thousands of young people will find employment and the state will become self-employed in the manufacture of defense products. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will shortly lay the foundation stone for the Aligarh knot.Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the creation of a defense corridor in UP during the investor summit in January 2018. Corridors are being built by the state government from Lucknow to Kanpur, Chitrakoot, Jhansi, Agra and Aligarh nodes.

During the Defense Expo in Lucknow in February 2020, companies related to defense products signed MoUs worth 50,000 crores for investments in the corridor. Most of the MoUs were signed for the construction of the corridor in Andla on Khair Road in Aligarh. The Uttar Pradesh Expressway Industrial Development Authority (UPEDA) has allocated 55.4 hectares of land to 19 international companies in the Aligarh hub. Anchor Research Lab LLP will invest a maximum of Rs 550 crore.

According to Avnish Awasthi, CEO of UPEDA, land allocation work at the Aligarh node has been completed. Construction work on a four-lane road has started at a cost of 10.21 billion rupees. At the same time, the construction of a power house, a border wall, began. The foundation stone will soon be laid by the Prime Minister.

Company property (in hectares) (investment (in crore)

Allen & Elven 8 30.75
Nitya Creations India 1.5 12
PBM isolation system 0.4 4
Deep Explo Equipment Pvt Ltd 1 10.35
Shraddha Industries 1 2.7
Extended fire protection and security 1 3
VeriWin Defense Pvt Ltd 1.67 65
New space research and technology 3.5 35
Jai Sai Anu overseas 4.5 100
Prussian product 1 2.7
Navraj Metal Works 1.6 20
Cobra Industries .25 1
Anker Research Lab LLP 10 550
P-2 Logitech 2 90
Purple energy export .58 11
Tractrix Opto Dynamic 1.4 40
Milker Defense Pranli 4 98.25
Syndicate Innovation International 10 150
Royal Sales Pranali 2 20

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The state government has allocated 55 hectares of land to 19 companies in the Aligarh hub of the Defense Industry Corridor. These companies will invest approximately Rs 1,245 crore in the corridor. Thousands of young people will find employment and the state will become self-employed in the manufacture of defense products. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will shortly lay the foundation stone for the Aligarh knot.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the creation of a defense corridor in UP during the investor summit in January 2018. Corridors are being built by the state government from Lucknow to Kanpur, Chitrakoot, Jhansi, Agra and Aligarh nodes.

During the Defense Expo in Lucknow in February 2020, companies related to defense products signed MoUs worth 50,000 crores for investments in the corridor. Most of the MoUs were signed for the construction of the corridor in Andla on Khair Road in Aligarh. The Uttar Pradesh Expressway Industrial Development Authority (UPEDA) has allocated 55.4 hectares of land to 19 international companies in the Aligarh hub. Anchor Research Lab LLP will invest a maximum of Rs 550 crore.

According to Avnish Awasthi, CEO of UPEDA, land allocation work at the Aligarh node has been completed. Construction work on a four-lane road has started at a cost of 10.21 billion rupees. At the same time, the construction of a power house, a border wall, began. The foundation stone will soon be laid by the Prime Minister.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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