The government has set an ambitious target of constructing 12,200 km of highways in the current financial year. This is a significant increase from the 9,000 km that was built in the last fiscal. The Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari, has said that the government is confident of achieving the target.
The government has made highways a priority in its infrastructure development plans. The budget for the current fiscal has allocated Rs 1 lakh crore for the construction of highways. The government is also working on improving the quality of highways. In the last few years, there has been a significant focus on widening and strengthening of highways.
The government is hopeful that the increased focus on highways will lead to faster economic growth. The highways sector is a key driver of economic activity and the government is looking to capitalise on this. Gadkari has said that the government is committed to creating world-class highways in the country.
The government’s target of 12,200 km of highways in the current fiscal is an ambitious one. However, the government is confident of achieving it. The increased focus on highways is a positive step and will lead to faster economic growth.
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