Manohar Lal Khattar accords approval to over Rs 100 crore for roads
He has accorded administrative approval to Rs 107.71 crore for the projects, a Public Works (Building and Roads) Department spokesman said today
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has approved funds for widening and strengthening of roads, and four-laning of a railway over-bridge in Gurgaon district.
He has accorded administrative approval to Rs 107.71 crore for the projects, a Public Works (Building and Roads) Department spokesman said today. He said Rs 52.62 crore would be spent on four-laning of the railway over-bridge from Gurgaon Pataudi road to Gurgaon Farrukhnagar road via Garhi Sadhrana.
The spokesman said Rs 48.97 crore would be spent on four-laning, widening and strengthening of the Jagadhari-Bilaspur-Sadhaura-Raipur Rani road up to Mouli in Panchkula district. He said that Rs 3.39 crore would be spent on widening and strengthening of NH-65 (new NH-152) road from 13.60 km to 15.20 km in Matheri in Ambala district. Over Rs 2 crore would be spent on special repair by widening of the road from Baghola to Janoli in Palwal district.
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