Ayodhya Master Plan-2031: Development Authority Plans For Industrial Corridor Along Ring Road

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Nov 22, 2021, 12:24 PM | Updated 12:24 PM IST

Aerial view of Ayodhya
Aerial view of Ayodhya

The master plan-2031 under preparation by the Ayodhya Development Authority (ADA) proposes industrial corridors on both sides of the ring road and the exact industrial area will be ascertained after approval from the state government.

“Ayodhya’s master plan is in the last stage of being finalised. The town planning department of the state government has also vetted the document,” said Ved Prakash Gupta, BJP MLA from Ayodhya.

The new industrial area will be between 50 to 100 acres, reports Hindustan Times.

CM Yogi Adityanath led state government has approved two development plans for Ayodhya- vision document and master plan -2031.

While the master plan covers the areas within the jurisdiction of ADA, the vision document plans for adjoining areas of Ayodhya.

The bus terminal in Ayodhya, two more bus terminals on the highway, Maryada Purushottam Sriram Airport and medical college among others are part of the development plan.

Yogi Adityanath government is focussing on creating the necessary infrastructure at Ayodhya before completing the Ram temple.

In the first phase, the state government connects 20,000 houses with a 150 km sewer network at Rs 280 crore. In the second phase, 191 km sewer lines would be laid for 20,316 homes at the cost of Rs 320 crore.

The detailed project report (DPR) was also prepared to supply piped water to 20,000 houses, and this project involved an estimated cost of Rs 105 crore.

Other works underway include an integrated traffic management system (ITMS) at the cost of Rs 49 crore, seven parks in the city and a landfill site in around ten hectares of land.

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