Noida’s Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath, is personally addressing the issue of traffic congestion in the Gautam Buddha Nagar district. On June 25, CM Yogi will inaugurate the Parthala flyover in Noida, along with several other projects worth over Rs 1,000 crore. This event also marks the completion of nine years of the Narendra Modi government. The Noida Authority is making preparations for the Chief Minister’s public meeting, which will be held at the Noida Stadium.
The CM’s office has requested a list of projects from all three authorities in the district, which will have their foundation stones laid or inaugurated during the event. The BJP is also actively preparing for the CM’s visit, and elected officials in the civic elections have been assigned specific responsibilities for the public meeting in the three assembly constituencies of the district.
Parthala Flyover: Just one more days… CM Yogi coming to gift Parthala flyover to Noida, will inaugurate on June 25
The rally will take place at the Noida Stadium in Sector 21A around 11 am on June 25. Considering the weather conditions, waterproof tents are being arranged at the stadium, and the Noida Authority has issued a tender for this purpose. The preparations for the rally venue will be visible on the ground once the tender process is completed by June 22.
The projects to be inaugurated include the Parthala Signature Bridge, Ved Van Park, and an underpass. The construction work on the Parthala flyover was recently completed, and saplings are being planted in the roundabout under the bridge. Once the flyover is opened, it will significantly ease traffic diversions and congestion.
Public representatives, party officials, and workers from Noida, Dadri, Jewar, Secunderabad, and Khurja assembly constituencies will participate in the Chief Minister’s meeting. The BJP has assigned booth-wise office bearers and workers to take responsibility for the public meeting. Satyendra Sisodia, the regional president of the western region of the party, is overseeing the preparations for the CM’s meeting in these five assembly constituencies.