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Jaipur-Gurgaon 6-Lane Highway construction

The case is reported to PMO, but in vain



National Highway - 8 from Jaipur to Delhi

All the claims and promises of constructing 6 lane Jaipur-Gurgaon highways are proven to be false. The Prime minister called a meeting and central government minister Nitin Gadkari came for monitoring the progress: All these claims are proven to be futile and their tangible effect is yet to be seen.

Big Expressions resulted in Tiny Effects

When the NDA government was formed in the centre the PMO had expressed its sharp disappointment regarding the 6-Lane Jaipur-Gurgaon highway construction. The related officers were summoned and questioned on the matter. Central minister Nitin Gadkari himself travelled from Gurgaon to Kotputli last year.

The real situation 

  • After leaving from Jaipur there is a Diversion even before the Manoharpur Toll. So the work of widening the road and bridge is under progress here.
  • The over bridge that is under progress in Shahpura is still incomplete status. The major concern is that the work is halted for many months.
  • Many portions of the road between Paota and Shahpura has not still widened to 4 or 6 lane.
  • The condition of many portions of the Kotputali-Behrod route is no different.
  • Apart from that the over bridge in Manesar in Haryana Border is still incomplete. In fact it has not even reached the half stage of construction that speaks volumes about the snail speed with which the work is going on.

The overall conditions are enough to put a big question mark on the NHI's promise that the entire work will be finished by June.

 


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