The New Okhla Industrial Development Authority (Noida) is ready to develop the villages with a budget of ₹24 crore.
The authority will repair and construct roads, drainage paving and green space with allocated funds.
Earlier, the villagers in Noida demanded development at par with city sectors. After their request, the Noida authorities approved the fund of ₹24 crore to complete 33 different projects by November 2022.
“We need to spend ₹24 crores during this financial year. We decided to start work on these projects without any delay after the villagers made their demands on an urgent basis,” said Rajiv Tyagi, principal general manager of the Noida authority.
Development work will be done in Sadarpur, Barola, Agapur, Sorkha, Hoshiarpur, Salarpur, Harola, Nithari, Morna, Atta, Bahlolpur, Chijarsi, Gijhod, Mamura, Basai, Parthala and Bhangel.
Noida covers an area of 20,000 hectares, with 82 villages and at least 150 different areas.