Haryana Government has spent about Rs 9,205 crore on construction and repair of 21,084 km long roads in the state
The Voice of Chandigarh News
Haryana Government has spent about Rs 9,205 crore on construction and repair of 21,084 km long roads in the state. About 530 km long five National Highways have been declared in the state and four laning of three National Highways was under progress.
While stating this , an official spokesman said that the present State Government has restarted the work on Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway which was lying pending for many years. The work of Manesar-Palwal block has been completed and construction of Kundli-Manesar would soon be completed.
He said that the construction and repair work of roads in all 90 assembly constituencies have been carried out with complete transparency and without any discrimination. It has been decided to widen the roads in villages by 18 feet. Any person can upload pictures of potholes on roads on the ‘Harpath’ app and action would be taken on the complaint within 90 hours.
The spokesman said that Sonepat-Jind railway line has been made functional and construction work on Rohtak-Meham-Hansi railway line has been started which is expected to be got completed in next two years. Country’s first railway over track is being constructed at Rohtak at a cost of about Rs 315 crore.
He said that the metro rail line from Bahadurgarh to Mundka has been made functional and Badarpur-Mujesar rail service has also been started. There is a proposal to extent the Delhi metro rail line from Huda City Centre to Sohna road and Kundli of Sonepat. There is a plan to connect Gurugram and Faridabad with metro, he added.