In a bid to strengthen road network in Haryana and to further enhance the convenience of commuters, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal on Sunday approved spending of Rs 183.31 crore on the construction and improvement of 60 roads and upgradation of three roads covering 15 districts.
While thanking the CM, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala, who also holds the portfolio of Public Works (Building and Roads) Department, for granting administrative approval for these works, said that better road connectivity in the state would certainly play a pivotal role in its development. He
said that to ensure this the state government, from time to time, has taken various steps and would continue to do so in future as well.
The Deputy CM while sharing more details said that an amount of Rs 1,786.87 lakh will be spent on the improvement of five roads in Bhiwani district. He said that three roads in Panchkula district will be improved at a cost of Rs 533.14 lakh, Rs 359.17 lakh and Rs 194.54 lakh respectively. Likewise, three roads in Yamunanagar district will be improved at a cost of Rs 128.54 lakh, Rs 300.36 lakh and Rs 96.99 lakh respectively.
Chautala said that three roads in Hisar district will be upgraded at a cost of Rs 171.39 lakh, Rs 182.24 lakh and Rs 303.55 lakh respectively. He said that two roads in Sirsa district will be upgraded at a cost of Rs 525.23 lakh and Rs 254.76 lakh respectively.