PM Narendra Modi. File Pic
The prime minister will inaugurate the completed stretch from Nagpur to Shirdi, while the remaining stretch of the expressway will be finished in the next six months, he said.
The *Hindu Hrudaysamrat Balasaheb Thackeray Maharashtra Samruddhi Mahamarg* is a six-lane access-controlled highway. It is the second expressway in the state after Mumbai-Pune Expressway.
"It is a matter of joy and pride for us that PM Narendra Modi will be inaugurating the Nagpur-Mumbai Samruddhi Expressway. He will inaugurate the 500-km stretch from Nagpur to Shirdi, which has been completed, and the remaining stretch will be completed in six months," the deputy chief minister said.
A new economic corridor will come up on the expressway route, and 14 districts will be integrated and connected to the port through this expressway, he said.
"I feel that this expressway will bring *samruddhi* (prosperity) to Vidarbha, Marathwada and the entire Maharashtra," Fadnavis added.
The 701-km long expressway, built at the cost of Rs 49,250 crore, passes through 392 villages spread over 11 districts.
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