Uttar Pradesh, India's fourth-largest state, houses 17% of the nation's population and covers 200,000 square kilometers.

The Yogi Adityanath government has invested in infrastructure to connect the state's smallest hamlet to its largest cities and improve socioeconomic indicators 

Over 20% of the state budget for this fiscal year has been allocated to infrastructure, with 2.04 lakh crore allocated for completing ongoing projects 

It is anticipated that the state will have 21 airports, earning it the distinction of being the first state in India to reach this milestone.  

Construction of motorways, including the Yamuna and Agra motorways, Bundelkhand and Purvanchal motorways, and the Ganga Motorway, is underway 

Uttar Pradesh has the largest railway network in the country, spanning almost 9,000 kilometers, all of which is electrified 

The government has funded the Ganga Motorway, Ayodhya's development, Maharishi Valmiki International Airport expansion, and religious site roads.  

Solar energy projects in Uttar Pradesh have grown tenfold over the past seven years, with Ayodhya and Kashi being developed as solar cities.