Ujjain News: There has been a demand for building an airport in Ujjain for a long time. Regarding this matter, Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia says that it is the decision of the state government. If land is made available to build the airport, it will be ready. He has also said that he will discuss with the Chief Minister in this regard.
Jyotiraditya Scindia had arrived in Ujjain to attend the concluding program of the Sumangalam Panchamahabhoot campaign. During this, when the media questioned him regarding the Ujjain airport, he said that it would be possible to move forward in this direction only after the state government gives the land. There has been a demand for building an airport in Ujjain for a long time. Lakhs of people reach here during the Simhastha festival every 12 years. Apart from this, there is a gathering of devotees from all over the country and the world to see the recently built Mahakal Lok, so the demand to build an airport here has now gained momentum.
Jyotiraditya Scindia, who arrived to participate in the Panchmahabhoot program, said that this earth is our master and we are its tenants. We have to awaken this thinking in our soul only then we will be able to start a new chapter of water conservation. He further said that today the whole world is looking towards India and the country has emerged as the fifth largest economic power. 8 years ago we were at number 13 and now we have reached number 5 worldwide. Today the whole world is watching India which has emerged as a spiritual power. In his address, Scindia also said that it is our mother India who has given birth to 5 religions, where spirituality has started and India has emerged like a constellation.
Under the Sumangalam Panchamahabhoot campaign organized in Ujjain, a seminar was organized to give the message of saving water in the country and the world. This event, held from 27 to 29 December, was organized by Deendayal Shodh Sansthan and Madhya Pradesh Jan Abhiyan Parishad in collaboration with the Government of India, where scholars from across the country presented their views.