By Ashutosh Shukla

The youth will not have to migrate for employment now
CM Yogi lays foundation stone of Britannia plant in Barabanki
Plant to create 1000 direct and indirect employment opportunities

Lucknow : Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that inspired by conducive industrialusation policy of the state government towards food processing industry ,the confectionary giant Britannia is setting up its plant in the state at an expenditure of Rs 340 crores which would generate employment in large scale.

While laying the foundation stone of the Britannia Industries plant in Barabanki on Wednesday, Yogi Adityanath said that the industrialisation would facilitate in development of Barabanki which will attain a new height after establishment of the Britannia Companys plant.The youth will not have to migrate from here to earn their bread and butter as the industry would generate ample employment, opportunities, said the CM.
Speaking on the occasion, the CM stated that for the industry, everything from sugar to flour will be supplied by the local farmers.
The Chief Minister said that the government will also conduct special programme of skill development for the youth as per the requirements of the  industry.

 The local youth and the farmers of Barabanki would be self-reliant with the upcoming industry, he said.
The industry to be setup in about 30.34 acres of land has an estimated capacity of 1,25,000 tons variety of confectionery products, including bread, biscuits and others per year. 
It is noteworthy that Uttar Pradesh is one of the largest states for Britannia in terms of sales. Founded in the year 1892 and headquartered in Kolkata, Britannia industries is one of India’s oldest existing companies. With a turnover of about Rs 11,400 Crores per annum and the market cap of Rs 85,000 Crore, the Company primarily operates in various business segments including Bakery, Dairy, and Adjacency. The Company has about 90 manufacturing units across the country and its products reaches to about 18 Crore households.