Anand Mahindra: The country’s veteran industrialist Anand Mahindra is very active on social media. He often shares something on his X (earlier Twitter) account to keep people updated on anything new or better. In such a situation, Anand Mahindra has told about the concept of a hi-tech city in a tweet on his official account. Yes, a city where there is snow even in the scorching heat. If you do not understand then you should read the entire news once. Know what is the matter.
Anand Mahindra shared the video by tweeting
Anand Mahindra wrote in his tweet, “Project @NEOM, which was conceived by HRH Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia, seems to most people to be just a fantasy. Something out of George Lucas’s dreamland. But after meeting NEOM CEO Nadmi Al-Nasr (I’ll define her as no-nonsense Nadmi!), I realized that under her guidance they are really pushing it forward. “As the months and years go by, the world will recognize that NEOM is not just a mirage in the desert.”
Where will this wonderful city be built?
For your information, let us tell you that the city that Anand Mahindra has talked about in his tweet is actually being built in Saudi Arabia. According to the information, this city is being built in Tabuk state on the banks of the Red Sea. This city has been named Neom City. It is being claimed that this city will be ready by the year 2026. This city is being described as the city of the future, where humans will develop.
Know what are the features of Neom City
It is being told that there will be no roads nor cars in this city. High speed trains will be used to go from one place to another in this city. This city will run completely on renewable energy and will be a zero carbon city. Meaning there will be no pollution here at all. Saudi Arabia wants to build a 170 km long ultra modern city in a mountainous desert. This was announced by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the year 2017. This entire city will be as big as the European country Belgium.
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