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Approval granted by CM for construction of nine roads in different parts of Haryana

Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has accorded administrative approval for construction of nine roads amounting to Rs. 45 crore in different parts of the state.
Giving details an official spokesperson said that a sum of Rs. 18.33 crore would be spent on construction of road from Bandhwadi dumping station, Gurugram to Damdama Tourist Complex.
He said that in the first phase of Haryana Vision Zero Program, ten districts of the State have been adopted on priority for a Vision Zero approach to road safety.  Under this program, the road from Murthal Chowk, Sonipat to Agarseen Chowk would be widened and beyond this grills would be fixed on the dividing of roads at a sum of Rs. 1.44 crore. In addition, 7.10 km road from Chaura village to barsat via Gharhi Khajur in district Karnal would be strengthened at a cost of Rs.  5.87 crore. In district Panchkula as per CM announcement, concrete road would be constructed from Naultha Jaithal to Village Kamli (Parwanoo) at a cost of Rs. 2.22. crore.
He said that similarly, a new 4.20 km road would be constructed from Mukundpur Basai in district Rewari to Sahlawas at a sum of Rs. 4.02 crore. In Yamunagar road would be built from NH-4 to Sadhaura Kotla road at a sum of Rs. 5.43 crore. In district Mahendergarh, as per CM announcement, administrative approval has been given for construction of a road from Sohor to Bagaut at a sum of Rs. 2.48 crore.  And from Pali to Jairpur via Railway Station at a sum of Rs. 2.14 crore. Similarly, in Jind road would be constructed from Haat to Gangoli at a cost of Rs. 3.21 crore, he added.

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