The plan for the temple town Ayodhya has been unveiled by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The idea aims at improving the conditions of about 12 lakh people. The master plan 2031 was presented by Housing and Urban Planning departments to chief minister Adityanath after eliminating the objections that were raised by the citizens.
Principal secretary, housing, Nitin Ramesh Gokarn said that approval of the Ayodhya master plan was hastened to promote comprehensive growth of the city. The last master plan for the development was prepared in 1983 and lapsed in 2001, he further added.
According to the information received Ayodhya Development Authority vice-chairman expressed, “The plan is going to be implemented in the city shortly. The area specifications are the first thing to be taken up by the authority.”
According to the official data around two crore tourists visit the city per year, the experts have appealed to the locals to focus on a long-term tourism plan to create more employment and generate earnings. Further, the experts added that this would add an economic boom to the city.
It is expected that by 2031, the data will be doubled and around four crore people will visit Ayodhya annually. Also, officials analyzed the traffic volume and identified five busy road stretches where intervention was required to bring down overcrowding and blockage.