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  • CM directed to carry out a survey of the proposed 200 kilometer long Bawana-Sonepat-Panipat-Uchana-Indri-Yamunanagar Express way 16-12-2014

    Chandigarh December 16: The Haryana Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal today directed the concerned officers to carry out a survey of the proposed 200 kilometer long Bawana-Sonepat-Panipat-Uchana-Indri-Yamunanagar Express way along the Western Yamuna Canal in consultation with Irrigation Department.           He was presiding over a meeting of Public Works (Building and Roads) Department here today.           This proposed project will decongest the traffic of NH-1, at Sonepat, Panipat, Karnal and Yamuna Nagar. Out of the 200 kms, 160 kms falls in the National Capital Region area and rest falls in Yamuna Nagar district. The project will cost about Rs 1000 crore for the construction of Highway with 10 meter carriageway. While the State Government will spent Rs 150 crore on the project, remaining amount will be borne by National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB). It would have four Railway Over Bridges (ROBs) and 10 flyovers.           The Chief Minister said that he would also take up the Rai Malikpur (Rajasthan Border) – Narnaul – Mahendergarh – Dadri- Bhiwani- Kharak Corridor with the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways for declaring it as National Highway.           He also expressed concern over the fact that large number of flats at Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi are lying unoccupied for last about five years and  directed the concerned officers to explore the possibilities for their commercial use. Apart from this, he also directed that rest house at Panchkula and Gurgaon should also be constructed on the pattern of Haryana Bhawan, Delhi.           In the meeting, Chief Minister was apprised that under the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak Yojna (PMGSY)-II as many as 83 road projects involving length of 989 kms were sanctioned with a cost of Rs 878 crore and all works were in progress. Apart from this, 18 bridges were also sanctioned with a cost of Rs 40 crore and work on all of them has already been started. The Chief Minister directed that a list of all damaged roads should be prepared under the Yojna so that they could be taken up for repair.           Mr Manohar Lal was also informed that 38 roads having a length of 331 kms have been proposed in NABARD with an estimated cost of Rs 275 crore. On this, the Chief Minister directed the concerned officers to make  maximum utilization of funds received from NABARD and NCRPB.           It was also informed in the meeting that PWD is handling a road newtwork of 25, 820 kilometers in the State which included of 1957 kms of National Highways, 2128 kms of State Highways, 1425 kms major district roads and 20,310 kms other district roads.           PWD Minister Rao Narbir Singh, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr Sanjeev Kaushal, Additional Chief Secretary PWD (B&R) Mr Hardeep Kumar, Principal Secretary, Finance Mr P.K Das and Engineering-in-Chief PWD (B&R) Mr Mahesh Kumar were also present in the meeting.   No. IPRDH/2014