World's deadliest Brahmos missiles to be built in UP, target of making more than 100 missiles in 3 years

Publish Date: 20 Aug, 2022 |
 

The world's deadliest and fastest flying supersonic cruise missile BrahMos will be built in Uttar Pradesh. For this, 80 acres of land has been identified in Lucknow. MoU has also been done between DRDO and Russian company NPOM regarding this. CM Yogi Adityanath mentioned this during the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence. Yogi Adityanath said that with the development of this corridor, Uttar Pradesh will play an important role in the country's security system and production of defense equipment. It has already started.

CM Yogi comments on the Project

Yogi said that with the development of this corridor, UP will play an important role in the country's security system and production of defense equipment. It has already started. State-of-the-art BrahMos missiles will start being manufactured in the country's second defense corridor in the next three years (by 2025). Initially, the target has been set to manufacture more than 100 missiles. The target is to produce missiles worth Rs 900 crore in five to seven years.

Investment of 300 Crores per year

These institutions will initially invest Rs 300 crore. For this, 80 acres of land has been identified in the Lucknow node of the corridor. Its foundation stone was laid on 26 December 2021. Durgesh Upadhyay, Special Officer, Uttar Pradesh Expressway Industrial Development Authority (UPEDA), said that apart from the previously announced Uttar Pradesh Defense and Aerospace Employment Promotion Policy, the Uttar Pradesh government has recently made many more policy changes in the interest of investors. All these changes are on the website of UPEDA. 

These changes will attract more investors to invest in the Defense Corridor. The Defense Corridor project should get momentum. Those who invest in this should not face the problem of capital. Therefore, the Uttar Pradesh Expressway Industrial Development Authority (UPEDA), has signed MoU with State Bank of India, SIDBI, Punjab National Bank and Bank of Baroda.

 

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