AFD fixes Indian smart cities on radar

    France Development Agency (AFD)
    With a commitment of $1.5 billion for development projects in India, France has decided to support three Indian cities-Chandigarh, Lucknow and Puducherry in providing technical assistance to the Smart Cities Mission together with financing the projects. A team of 35 technical experts will help Indian cities in various technical issues. The Special Purpose Vehicle which is set up for the implementation of Smart Cities Mission, need to be properly supported, said Nicholas Fornage, Regional Director, France Development Agency (AFD), adding that France is revising its Smart Cities support program, which will be implemented by the end of this year. France is also providing financial support in addition to technical support under this program, which is aimed to cover 15 Indian cities. Chandigarh city, world famous for its architecture, is nation‘s first modern planned city designed by the Swiss French master architect Le Corbusier. Keeping alive the spirit of Corbusier, the civic authorities have ensured the city is endowed with highest standards of cleanliness and living.
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