Rs 25 cr for repair of roads in each assembly segment: Dushyant

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DW BUREAU / Chandigarh Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that special steps have been taken to improve the roads across the state. The government has made a provision of Rs. 25 crore each for the improvement and strengthening of the roads in each Vidhan Sabha constituency. Undoubtedly, this move will provide the best road facility to the common people. Dushyant Chautala said this during the inauguration ceremony of road projects held at Sonipat Mini Secretariat today. MP Ramesh Kaushik and MLA Mohanlal Badauli were also present on this occasion. On this occasion, the Deputy Chief Minister inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of 16 different projects of Public Works Department in Sonipat at a cost of about Rs. 87 crore. He said that the roads are being constructed in such a way that they will provide excellent connectivity with the villages. After visiting the villages regularly, it was felt that there is a need for improvement and enhancement of roads from time to time, due to which special efforts have been made to improve the roads of all the Vidhan Sabha constituencies. The Deputy Chief Minister said that the strengthening of road infrastructure will play an important role in the development of the country. Union Road Minister, Sh. Nitin Gadkari has fulfilled all the demands in connection with development of roads. Referring to various roads, he said that green highway will be constructed along Yamuna from Delhi to Ambala, which will reduce traffic on major highway routes. Giving further information, he said that on August 28, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the construction work of Maruti-Suzuki plant at Kharkhoda. Maruti will manufacture electric vehicles in its plant on 800 acres and Suzuki on 100 acres. This will give a boost to the export market along with the development of the country. The construction work of Rail Coach Factory in Ganaur's Badi has been completed. Steps have also been taken to give impetus to the International Horticulture Market in Ganaur, which will connect with the global market. These development projects will act as a benchmark. He also informed that an exemplary initiative of water conservation has been made by getting 6,000 ponds cleaned in the state. Dushyant Chautala inaugurated and laid the foundation stone for development projects of worth Rs. 87 crore, which includes the construction of 15 roads and one over bridge. Today, the Deputy Chief Minister inaugurated 11 roads and laid the foundation stone of four roads and a bridge. In this, roads of four Vidhan Sabha constituencies of Sonipat district were inaugurated at a cost of Rs. 5,582 lakh. He also laid foundation stone of road projects to be completed at a total cost of Rs. 3048.74 lakh. In addition to this, he also laid the foundation stone of the bridge to be completed at a cost of about Rs. 877.86 lakh. (editor@dailyworld.in)




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