Finish construction of Kushinagar International Airport by Oct 15, instructs Yogi to officials

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Gorakhpur, August 30: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who arrived in Gorakhpur on a two-day visit, told the officials in brief words on Sunday that the ongoing construction of the International Airport in Kushinagar district should be completed by October 15 in any case.

Yogi said that to connect the under construction international airport with the main road, the government has given approval for the link road to be constructed by Public Works Department (PWD) so road construction work should also start soon.

During this, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that all the works related to construction of electricity, road, CCTV cameras installation and terminal building at the under construction international airport should be completed by October.

On Sunday, regarding the instructions of the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to the administrative officials, Divisional Commissioner Jayant Narlikar told that the international airport services will commence this year in the Annexe Building located in the Circuit House Complex.

โ€œThe Chief Minister has instructed to complete the works being done through Rights and Airport Authority of India (AAI) by October 15. In the meeting, the CM also stressed the coordination of all agencies working in the construction of the airport,โ€ added DC.  

He has also given instructions to conduct regular monitoring.

Instructions for establishment of police station

There is a inhabitation of large population around the airport station, CM Yogi Adityanath has instructed the Divisional Commissioner to communicate with the villagers as well.

The Commissioner said that the security of the airport will be a big and sensitive aspect, because Kushinagar Airport is the international airport of this zone. The airport is in several kilometres. Many complaints come in that, in view of which CM has given instructions to set up a police station. So that security issues do not arise.