Loni, Ghaziabad

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Loni is located in Uttar Pradesh
Location in Uttar Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 28°45′N 77°17′E / 28.75°N 77.28°E / 28.75; 77.28Coordinates: 28°45′N 77°17′E / 28.75°N 77.28°E / 28.75; 77.28
Country  India
State Uttar Pradesh
District Ghaziabad
Administrative Division Meerut division
Elevation 283 m (928 ft)
Population (2011)
 • Total 516,082
 • Official Hindi, Urdu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 201102
Sex ratio 871 per 1000 Males /
Website www.npploni.in

Loni About this sound pronunciation  is a town in Ghaziabad district in Uttar Pradesh, National Capital Region India.

Loni Assembly comes under Ghaziabad (Lok Sabha constituency). As per the notification No. 282/UP/2006 Loni also become a separate Assembly Constituency as 53-loni.[1] Loni also has its own Independent Nagar Palika Parisad. Loni will soon going to be new Tehsil in Ghaziabad[clarification needed] with headquarters at Roopnagar Industrial Area which will comprise around 49 villages in the area.[2]


Loni is located at 28°45′N 77°17′E / 28.75°N 77.28°E / 28.75; 77.28. It has an average elevation of 283 metres (866 feet).

Loni assembly Constituency[edit]

Loni assembly Constituency include PCs 1-Shakalpura Gurjar,2-Agraula, 3-Lutfullapur Nawada, 4-Badshahpur Sirauli, 5- Aurangabad Ristal, 6-Behta Hajipur, 7-Pachaira, 8-Chirori, 9-PABHI SADAKPUR, 10-Meerpur Hindu, 11-Sirora Salempur, 12-Pasaunda, 13-Loni (Chaubisha -Kasana Bainsla ) 14-Banthla, 15-Mandola, 16-Nistauli, 17-Sharfuddinpur Jawali, 19-Makanpur, 20-Jhandapur 21-mewla bhatti of 2-Loni KC & Loni NP of 2-Ghaziabad Tehsil.[3]

Loni Nagar Palika Parisad[edit]

Loni Nagar Palika Parisad is first established on 31-03-1971 as nagar panchayat.Its office is located in Khanna Nagar. It is in its with former chairman Vinod bansal & Sixth term with chairman Mr. Manoj Dhama defeated Vinod bansal (ex-chairman). According to 2011 census, its population is 5,16,082. It contains the area of 34.68 square km. Loni Nagar Palika Parisad is divided into 45 wards. It has total 36 employees.[4]

Loni Tehsil[edit]

Loni also become new Tehsil in Ghaziabad with headquarters at Roopnagar Industrial Area which will comprise around 49 villages in the area. It belongs to Meerut Division . It is located 17 km towards west from District headquarters Ghaziabad. This will be the basic administrative unit that will allow the people to raise their grievances and get them addressed quickly. Tehsil forms the grassroots administrative set up that takes care of land revenue.The order to this effect was issued by principal secretary, revenue, Kishan Singh Atoria.


As of 2011 India census,[5] Loni had a population of 516,082. Males constitute 275,025 (52.8%) of the population and females 241,057 (47.2%). The total number of households in Loni is 89,634. Loni has an average literacy rate of 75.24%, higher than the national average of 74.04%: male literacy is 83.14%, and female literacy is 66.15%.[6] In Loni, around 15% of the population is under six years of age.

Connectivity and transport[edit]

Loni can be reached by air, road and rail. The nearest airport is the Indira Gandhi International airport which is about 35 km away. By road, Loni is well-connected on all sides to Delhi, NOIDA, Hapur, Modinagar, Bulandshahr, Meerut, Saharanpur, Haridwar, etc. A large number of people commute to Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida and Gurgaon every day for work.

  • Road

Loni has moderate transportation system connected by Delhi-Sharanpur Road through bus by DTC buses and UPSRTC buses.It is 12 km from ISBT Kashmiri Gate and Anand Vihar Terminal and just 8 km from Ghaziabad new bus terminal for private bus operators near ALT Center, Raj Nagar which is called ALT Bus Stand.Indira Puri is DTC Bus Terminal for Delhi Buses from where DTC route number 273 is available. The most common system of transportation is shared autos which ply between Pawi (near tronic city)/ loni tiraha/ indrapuri 2 no. bus stand up to UP border / shahdara / seelampur metro stations. Loni Depot is UP Bus Terminal for UPSRTC Buses from where buses are available to shamli baraut, bagpat, saharanpur. Gramin Sewa Rampark Ext. To Khajuri Chowk by Pusta Road Pavi tiraha To khajuri etc.paraksh model public school is also famous . shanu shop is also popular in that time. there is a new computer temple to improve technical education in loni. divyanshu sagar is an owner of computer temple

  • Rail

It is also connected through Railways and its station is known as Noli which connects Loni to Delhi through Shahdara and UP i.e. Shamli and Saharanpur. Noli Railway station (NOLI) comes under NR/Northern Railway Zone of Indian Railways. Noli Railway Station handles over 26 trains daily (Up/Down) and serves about 12000 passengers everyday. There are about 4 Trains which starts/passes from Noli Railway Station. There is a Warehouse of FCI (Food corporation of India) at Noli Railway station and now this place is used for Container Depot. It is also very close to New Delhi Railway station and Ghaziabad Railway Station. Its main station are Noli(NOLI), Behta Hazipur Halt(BHHZ), Gotra Halt(GTRA) and Nursratabad Kharkhar(NTG).

  • Delhi Metro

Soon Loni has Metro Services at his door step,after third phase expansion of Delhi Metro, the DMRC has a station within Loni at Johari Enclave, which is proposed to be built on a 3 km extension of the Yamuna Vihar line to Shiv Vihar in the third phase of expansion of the Metro network. Once completed, the Johari Enclave station will cater to a large number of commuters from Loni, which has a population of at least 5 lakh people. It is also very close to Delhi just 8 km from Shahdara Metro Station and Seelampur Metro Station.

  • Airport

It is just 35 km from Indira Gandhi International Airport which is the primary international airport of the National Capital Region of Delhi, India, situated in Palam. With the commencement of operations at the new Terminal 3, Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport has become India's and South Asia's largest aviation hub, with a current capacity of handling more than 46 million passengers.

Loni Gas Pipeline[edit]

IN loni, GAIL commissioned world's longest and India's first Cross Country LPG Transmission Pipeline from Jamnagar to Loni in 2001.[7] GAIL's LPG transmission business includes the 1927-km LPG pipeline networks that connect the Western, Northern and Southern part of India. These include the world's longest exclusive LPG pipeline from Jamnagar, Gujarat, to Loni, near Delhi (another 70 km has been added to this system between Kandla and Samakhiali, in Gujarat, to facilitate the transportation of LPG imported at Kandla port). GAIL's LPG pipelines can transport 3.8 MMTPA of LPG, and have the capacity to supply more than 20% of the LPG consumed in the country. There are huge gas distribution terminals in Loni Indane and Bharat gas are supplying cooking gas from here to north India.

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