State Government approves Rs 700 crore for new Nagpur Airport


Nation Next Newsroom | Jan 29, 2018 8:44

Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday announced that the Maharashtra state government has sanctioned Rs 700 crore for developing a new Nagpur Airport.
Nagpur Airport (Photo Source: Wikimapia)

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday announced that the Maharashtra state government has sanctioned Rs 700 crore for developing a new Nagpur Airport. Fadnavis also shared that Rs 200 crore has already been cleared for the airport project. Fadnavis made the announcement while addressing a gathering at Besa-Beltarodi in Nagpur. Also, present at the occasion was Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, who along with Fadnavis, inaugurated the peri-urban water scheme, Besa-Beltarodi Police Station and performed bhoomipujan for the Ujjwal Nagar to Manish Nagar flyover.

Sharing another good news, Fadnavis revealed that the Rs 750 crore plan for construction and development of Maharashtra National Law University Campus at Nagpur has also been approved. Rs 200 crore has already been sanctioned for the project.

Other prominent guests present at the occasion were Guardian Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule, Water Supply Minister Babanrao Lonikar, MPs Dr Vikas Mahatme and Krupal Tumane, MLA Sudhir Parve, Nagpur Mayor Nanda Jichkar, Zilla Parishad (ZP) President Nisha Sawarkar, ZP CEO Dr Kadambari Balkawade and Nagpur Police Commissioner Dr K Venkatesham.