Infrastructure development on priorty in Haryana: Khatta

Apr 02, 2018 16:06 | Haryana

Chandigarh, April 2– Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal  has approved construction of four new roads of 15.78 kms of length at a cost of Rs 14.80 crore in Nuh, Rewari, Mahendragarh and Panipat districts.
          While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that the Chief Minister has approved a proposal of Public Works (B&R) Minister, Rao Narbir Singh in this regard.
          Giving details, he said that 4.58 km road from Village Bajhera to Sanghel in Nuh districts will be constructed and the provisions of acquisition of additional land over 2.3 acres, 1.94  acre in village Bajhera and .94 acre in village Sanghel, has been made to make minimum effective Right of Way equal to or more than 33 feet. This road will be constructed at a cost of over Rs 5.61 crore.
          He said that 1.45 km road from Jaisinghpur Khera (NH-8) to Manka upto Rajasthan Border in Rewari district would be constructed at a cost of Rs 2.42 crore and the provision of acquisition of additional land 1.10 acre has been made to make minimum effective Right of Way equal to or more than 33 feet.
          He said that six km length of road will be constructed from Nangal Mala to Dhauli in Mahendragarh district at a cost of over Rs 4.63 crore and the provision of acquisition of additional land of 3.81 acre has been made to make minimum effective Right of Way equal to or more than 33 feet.
          He said that 3.75 km length of road will be constructed from Pattikalyana to Chulkana in Panipat district at 27 Samalkha constituency at a cost of over Rs 2.13 crore.