Ayodhya airport to be known by this name, Yogi government’s decision

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Lucknow (UP): The Council of Ministers headed by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday approved the proposal to rename the airport in Ayodhya district as Maryada Purushottam Shriram Airport. The Council of Ministers has approved the proposal to keep the current rate of mandi duty in notified market places from two per cent to one per cent and development fee to 0.50 per cent as unchanged.

This decision has been taken under the Farmers Excise, Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act-2020 by amending the rates of mandi duty by reducing it. A spokesperson of the state government said that the Council of Ministers took several important decisions on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Adityanath. The spokesman said that the Council of Ministers approved the proposal of the manifesto of Uttar Pradesh State Court Video Conference Rules, 2020.

The cabinet has approved the action plan for the development work under the Saryu Canal Project Phase-III and Arjun Sahayak Project. The spokesman said that the Council of Ministers has approved the proposal for the construction of integrated office complex at the divisional level in Gorakhpur and Varanasi divisions. Also, if any amendment is needed in the implementation of the scheme, the Chief Minister has been authorized for this.

With the creation of the integrated divisional office, various government offices located at the board level will be able to move and work in the same premises, which will not only make it easy to move but due to the technical facilities, the office environment is also suitable for the smooth functioning of the work. would be able to. The Council of Ministers has approved the proposal regarding the establishment of five under-construction police posts and 10 police outposts on the Lucknow-Agra Expressway.

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