Hapur News – Seven streets in the district are to be built for 35 million euros

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Seven streets of the district are being built for 35 crores
Hapur. Seven streets of the district are being built under the Pradhan mantri Gramin Sadak Yojana. In this three streets of the Hapur block, two streets each from Dhaulana and Garh with about 35 crores are to be built. The DPR is as good as prepared for this by the department. By increasing the width of the streets from three to 3.75 meters, they will also be widened.
The government takes the construction and repair of major and connecting roads in urban and rural areas seriously. Many roads are being built in the district by many departments including PWD, UPSIDC. Now the streets of seven villages in the district are being built and widened under the Pradhan mantri Gramin Sadak Yojana. Work to widen around 60 km of roads is being carried out. Which costs about 35 crores. Surveying work is carried out by the team in the area concerned.
The roads will be ready in five months
The three roads in Hapur include Nizampur to Meerut Badaun Marg via Raghunathpur, Putha Hussainpur, Hafizpur Ubarpur. This route is used by the locals as a short route from Delhi Road to Bulandshahr Road. In addition, the route from the Bulandshahr Highway to Karimpur Bhaipur Nan Marg and from the Bulandshahr Highway to Bhatiana, Baroda Sihani via Sapnawat is of great importance for the locals. In addition, two routes each for Garh and Dhaulana are being built. These include the Garh Meerut Route via Jhadina via the Ganga Canal and Sadarpur to Razapur via the Garh Siana Road. These villages affect about thirty villages. There has been a continued demand from the locals for some of these routes to be built. The DPR is currently being drawn up by the department. Then the proposal is sent to the government. The roads should be ready in five months.
The proposal is forwarded to the central government
Seven main roads were selected as part of the scheme. The teams concerned are currently conducting a survey to prepare the FREP of these roads. Their proposal is expected to be sent to the central government later this month. Praveen Kumar, Assistant Engineer, PMGSY.

Seven streets of the district are being built for 35 crores

Hapur. Seven streets of the district are being built under the Pradhan mantri Gramin Sadak Yojana. In this three streets of the Hapur block, two streets each from Dhaulana and Garh with about 35 crores are to be built. The DPR is as good as prepared for this by the department. By increasing the width of the streets from three to 3.75 meters, they will also be widened.

The government takes the construction and repair of major and connecting roads in urban and rural areas seriously. Many roads are being built in the district by many departments including PWD, UPSIDC. Now the streets of seven villages in the district are being built and widened under the Pradhan mantri Gramin Sadak Yojana. Work to widen around 60 km of roads is being carried out. Which costs about 35 crores. Surveying work is carried out by the team in the area concerned.

The roads will be ready in five months

The three roads in Hapur include Nizampur to Meerut Badaun Marg via Raghunathpur, Putha Hussainpur, Hafizpur Ubarpur. This route is used by the locals as a short route from Delhi Road to Bulandshahr Road. In addition, the route from the Bulandshahr Highway to Karimpur Bhaipur Nan Marg and from the Bulandshahr Highway to Bhatiana, Baroda Sihani via Sapnawat is of great importance for the locals. In addition, two routes each for Garh and Dhaulana are being built. These include the Garh Meerut Route via Jhadina via the Ganga Canal and Sadarpur to Razapur via the Garh Siana Road. These villages affect about thirty villages. There was a constant demand from the locals for the construction of some of these routes. The DPR is currently being drawn up by the department. Then the proposal is sent to the government. The roads should be ready in five months.

The proposal is forwarded to the central government

Seven main roads were selected as part of the scheme. The teams concerned are currently conducting a survey to prepare the FREP of these roads. Their proposal is expected to be sent to the central government later this month. Praveen Kumar, Assistant Engineer, PMGSY.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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