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Work on Gurgaon-Rewari highway kicks off after over a year

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The Minister of Road Transport and Road Union Nitin Gadkari approved a road project worth 20,000 crore in Haryana on Tuesday and laid the cornerstones for 11 of them (via video conference), including a 46 km four-lane road from Gurgaon The highway goes to Rewari via Pataudi.

The proposed expressway is expected to be completed in December 2022 at a cost of Rs 1,524 crore. This highway on National Highway 352 (NH-352) will be part of a 132-kilometer road that will connect Gulgram to the state border of Rajasthan outside of Narnaul.

The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI), which will build this highway, plans to spend nearly 45 billion rupees on the entire project, of which 23 billion rupees are expected to be used to acquire most of the agricultural land. “Farmers will get the money. During this period of the coronavirus outbreak, the availability of funds will promote economic activity in the surrounding areas of the region. NHAI Chairman Sukhbir Singh Sandhu said that the logistics center to be built in Mahendragarh will also benefit from this highway. Highways, because access will become easier. Gadkari was given certain requests via video conference on Tuesday, namely that there is an urgent need to build overpasses on this section of Bilaspur, Kapadivas and Bawal, and IMT Manesar, which constitute Delhi-Jaipur Part of the expressway. Gadkari responded that these issues, especially the construction of elevated roads at IMT Manesar, will be “solved soon”.

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On Tuesday, Gadkari also launched three road projects in Haryana, including a four-lane road from Rohana and Hasangarh to Jhajjar, a four-lane road from Haryana-Punjab border to Kinder, and a road from Jind A two-lane highway from Germany to Canal.

In addition, he also laid the cornerstones for seven other road projects, including a six-lane access control road from Ismailabad to Narnaul, and a road from Revali to Atlimandi. A four-lane road, a six-lane road from Atlimandi to Narnaul. A four-lane road from Kinder to Gohana, a four-lane road from Sonnypat to Gohana, and a four-lane road from the Haryana-Uttar Pradesh border to Rohana. According to a press release issued by the district administration on Tuesday, the cost of all these projects is estimated at Rs 2,027 crore.

Complete News Source : Hindustan times

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