Hapur News – Seven roads to be built with 54 crores, 50 villages will get relief

Seven roads will be built with 54 crores, 50 villages will get Rahathapur. Under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana, seven roads will be constructed in the district with Rs 54 crore. The proposal has been sent to UPRRDA (Uttar Pradesh Rural Road Development Institute) on behalf of the department. About 50 villages of the district will be benefited by the construction of these roads. Officials are claiming the construction of roads from next month. Apart from urban areas, the government is paying more attention to the construction of main roads in rural areas. Road proposals are being made by all the construction departments. Seven roads of the district will be constructed under the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak Yojana. In this, three roads of Hapur block, two roads each of Dhaulana and Garh are to be constructed. A total of 50 km length of roads will be built. Their width will also be increased by increasing their width from three to 3.75 meters. Their construction will cost 54 crores. The department has made a proposal for the construction of roads and has been sent to UPRRDA in the government. It is expected that the construction work of these roads will start in the next one month. All the roads will be completed by the end of this year. Executive Engineer, PMGSY: A proposal for seven main roads has been sent to the government under the scheme. Construction of all roads is expected to start in next one month. These roads will be constructed 1. Nizampur to Meerut Badaun Marg in Hapur via Raghunathpur, Putha Hussainpur, Hafizpur Ubarpur Marg 2. Bulandshahr Highway to Karimpur Bhaipur Nan Marg and Bulandshahr Highway Bhatiana, Baroda Sihani to Sapnawat Marg 3. Bulandshahr Highway to DDG Marg (Sapnawat) 4. From Garh Meerut Road via Ganges to Jharina Marg5. Sadarpur to Razapur route by Garh Syana road6. Pilkhuwa Dhaulana Marg to Dehra Via Jadopur, Bajhera Khurd Marg7. Pilkhuwa Dhaulana Marg to Galand Via Haval, Madapur and Bhowapur Marg

Seven roads will be built with 54 crores, 50 villages will get relief Hapur. Under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana, seven roads will be constructed in the district with Rs 54 crore. The proposal has been sent to UPRRDA (Uttar Pradesh Rural Road Development Institute) on behalf of the department. About 50 villages of the district will be benefited by the construction of these roads. Officials are claiming construction of roads from next month. Apart from urban areas, the government is paying more attention to the construction of main roads in rural areas. Road proposals are being made by all the construction departments. Seven roads of the district will be constructed under the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak Yojana. In this, three roads of Hapur block, two roads each of Dhaulana and Garh are to be constructed. A total of 50 km length of roads will be built. Their width will also be increased by increasing their width from three to 3.75 meters. Their construction will cost 54 crores. The department has made a proposal for the construction of roads and has been sent to UPRRDA in the government. It is expected that the construction work of these roads will start in the next one month. All the roads will be completed by the end of this year. Executive Engineer, PMGSY: A proposal for seven main roads has been sent to the government under the scheme. The construction of all the roads is expected to start in the next one month. These roads will be constructed 1. Nizampur to Meerut Badaun Marg in Hapur via Raghunathpur, Putha Hussainpur, Hafizpur Ubarpur Marg 2. Bulandshahr Highway to Karimpur Bhaipur Nan Marg and Bulandshahr Highway to Bhatiana, Baroda Sihani to Sapnawat Marg 3. Bulandshahr Highway to DDG Marg (Dream) 4. Garh Meerut Marg via Ganga Canal to Jhadina Marg 5. Garh Syana Marg to Sadarpur to Razapur Marg 6. Pilkhuwa Dhaulana Marg to Dehra via Jadopur, Bajhera Khurd Marg 7. Pilkhuwa Dhaulana Marg to Galand via Haval, Madapur and Bhowapur Road.

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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