Fighter Plane Will Land In Search Of Direct Road For Air Strip

Amar Ujala Network, Maharajganj.

Published by: vivek shukla
Updated Fri, 10 Sep 2021 08:10 PM IST

Summary

800 crore will be spent on the proposed four-lane from Gorakhpur to Sonauli bypass, the process of land acquisition for the four-lane road is on the verge of completion.

Fighter plane. (file photo)
– Photo: Amar Ujala.

A five-kilometre straight road is being explored on the proposed four-lane from Gorakhpur to Nepal border Sonauli bypass. A survey is being done for this. The team of National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) will build the air strip. A fighter plane of the Air Force can also be landed on this proposed forelane in the future. Apart from this, Nayansar toll plaza can also be removed elsewhere.According to the information, a proposal has been prepared by the National Highway Authority to become a four-lane from Jungle Kauria to Sonauli Bypass. After getting the approval from the central government, the work for land acquisition is going on. This region is very important due to its proximity to Nepal. In view of safety, a part is being searched on it, which is not curved, it is absolutely straight. Its distance is about five kilometers. For this, there is a possibility to build an air strip between Ramchaura to Campierganj, Kolhui to Nautanwan.

The land acquisition process for the four-lane road is on the verge of completion. The land is being acquired keeping in view the possibility of six lane in future. About Rs 800 crore is likely to be spent on the acquisition of 131 hectares of land. The market of Sonauli town will not be affected in road construction.

Fourlane will be diverted to the proposed Integrated Check Post about two kilometers before Sonauli town. Acquisition of more than 130 hectares of land has been completed in Gorakhpur and Maharajganj. Keeping in mind that there is no problem in commuting, the first bypass will be built near PPganj in Gorakhpur and the second near Kolhui in Maharajganj district.

NHAI Project Director CM Dwivedi said that the team is engaged in the survey for Fourlane. Survey not yet completed. The already built road will not be uprooted during the construction of four lane. A five-kilometer length of a straight line is being seen to build an air strip. The team is busy in carrying out the necessary tasks. The situation will be clear only after the survey.

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A five-kilometre straight road is being explored on the proposed four-lane from Gorakhpur to Nepal border Sonauli bypass. A survey is being done for this. The team of National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) will build the air strip. A fighter plane of the Air Force can also be landed on this proposed forelane in the future. Apart from this, Nayansar toll plaza can also be removed elsewhere.

According to the information, a proposal has been prepared by the National Highway Authority to become a four-lane from Jungle Kauria to Sonauli Bypass. After getting the approval from the central government, the work for land acquisition is going on. This region is very important due to its proximity to Nepal. In view of safety, a part is being searched on it, which is not curved, it is absolutely straight. Its distance is about five kilometers. For this, there is a possibility to build an air strip between Ramchaura to Campierganj, Kolhui to Nautanwan.

The land acquisition process for the four-lane road is on the verge of completion. The land is being acquired keeping in view the possibility of six lane in future. About Rs 800 crore is likely to be spent on the acquisition of 131 hectares of land. The market of Sonauli town will not be affected in road construction.

Fourlane will be diverted to the proposed Integrated Check Post about two kilometers before Sonauli town. Acquisition of more than 130 hectares of land has been completed in Gorakhpur and Maharajganj. Keeping in mind that there is no problem in commuting, the first bypass will be built near PPganj in Gorakhpur and the second near Kolhui in Maharajganj district.

NHAI Project Director CM Dwivedi said that the team is engaged in the survey for Fourlane. Survey not yet completed. The already built road will not be uprooted during the construction of four lane. A five-kilometer length of a straight line is being seen to build an air strip. The team is busy in carrying out the necessary tasks. The situation will be clear only after the survey.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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