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Enhancing Connectivity in Haryana: A New Road to Progress

In a big step to improve transportation in Haryana, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has decided to spend Rs. 21.27 crore on building a 3,790-meter long and 5.5-meter wide road in Rohtak district. India will build a road next to the elevated railway track, incurring a cost of Rs. 315 crore for construction. They plan to complete building this road in only nine months.

The road, stretching from Rohtak’s Chinyot Colony to Sector 6, is poised to be a game-changer for more than 50,000 commuters from various localities, including Gandhi Camp, Jhang Colony, Mansoraver Colony, Subhash Nagar, Kishanpura, Model Town, Laxmi Nagar, Kabir Colony, Vishal Nagar, Sector 5, and Sector 6.

The elevated railway track in Rohtak, spanning 3.8 kilometers and costing Rs. 315 crore, was a trailblazing project and Haryana contributed Rs. 225 crore to its realization. The Chief Minister envisions this as a strategic initiative crucial for the economic development of Haryana.

Recent Developments in Haryana:
  1. Approval for 3.8km Road Construction in Rohtak: Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has greenlit a Rs. 21.27 crore project for constructing a 3,790-meter long road in Rohtak district. This road will connect Chinyot Colony to Sector-6, benefiting over 50,000 residents. The initiative aligns with the state’s commitment to infrastructural excellence and socio-economic progress.
  2. Hawking Zones Update in Nagpur: The Town Vending Committee (TVC) in Nagpur has designated 47 hawking zones across the city, removing six from the previous list. Now, we confine street vendors to specific areas to address problems caused by unauthorized hawkers creating traffic obstacles. Despite debates, Sitabuldi Main Road remains a hawking zone, emphasizing the need for organized street vending.
  3. Water Conservation Initiatives Review: Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar recently conducted a comprehensive review of water conservation initiatives in Haryana. Expressing contentment with achieved targets, he outlined future plans for sustainable water management. The expenditure on water conservation projects is anticipated to reach 80% of the budget for the fiscal year 2023-24. Notably, the MICADA portal received 46,512 applications, with prompt disbursement of assistance for pending applications. We plan to address 100 water bodies promptly before Monsoon 2024.

These developments underscore the government’s commitment to holistic progress, addressing infrastructural needs, urban planning challenges, and sustainable resource management in Haryana.

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