According to an official statement, “the state government has, in the previous 12 months, commenced building work on 33 bridges, including 13 railway overbridges, in an effort to further strengthen connectivity in Uttar Pradesh and make commuting free.”
By erecting a record number of bridges, the administration has considerably expedited the state’s growth, earning Yogi the moniker “Infrastructure Man of India.”
Yogi Adityanath has been giving constant orders and conducting periodic inspections, and it is anticipated that most of these would be finished in 2023, when traffic connection will further increase.
Ayodhya, where the Ram temple is being built, is where the majority of these bridges, including those over the Ganga, Gomti, Sai, Tons, and other rivers, as well as ROBs at railway level crossings, are being built.
Making Ayodhya a world-class city is the Yogi government’s exclusive priority. In order to improve connectivity between the city of Lord Shri Ram and other districts of the state, six new bridges are being built quickly, according to the statement.
Similar to this, foundation stones have been laid for the construction of four bridges in each of the two significant districts of Purvanchal, Jaunpur and Ballia, three in Pratapgarh, two in Gorakhpur and Basti, and one in each of Bareilly, Bhadohi, Jhansi, Fatehpur, Kanpur Nagar, Prayagraj, Balrampur, Sonbhadra, Hardoi, Chitrakoot, Bulandshahr (ANI)
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