Planning to give away the Poorvanchal Express Way in election year

  1. Expressway under construction.
    – Photo: SULTANPUR

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Sultanpur. Before the elections, residents of the district can get the Purvanchal Expressway as a gift. With a view to the parliamentary elections, the executive body is preparing the completion of the work on behalf of the government. So far, around 90 percent of the work on the expressway has been completed. In view of the work, it is expected to be inaugurated at the end of August.
The government is trying to give away the under construction Purvanchal Expressway from Lucknow to Ghazipur for nearly five years in the assembly’s election year. At the direction of the government, the executive is busy completing work on the expressway in a hurry.
Work is carried out day and night on the 100 km long route in the district. According to the officials, work on the road is almost complete. The repairs to the partitions etc. on the side of the road and in the middle of the road are in progress. The focus of the executing organization is on completing the bridge works under construction on the Kurebhar and Shahganj railway line in Akhandnagar in the district.
According to the officials, work on the bridge is also nearing completion. In addition to day and night work, the government also conducts the review of the daily work progress from the work organization. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who underwent inspection of the Purvanchal Expressway last month, has also ordered officials to complete the work by August 15. Against this background, the possibility of the inauguration of the expressway by the Prime Minister by the end of August is expressed.
Expressway is being built at around Rs 32,000 crore
The approximately 344 km long Purvanchal Expressway from Lucknow to Haldia in Ghazipur is being built at a cost of around Rs.32 thousand crores. An industrial corridor is also being built to promote trade on the expressway. An airstrip was also built on the expressway near Kurebhar. Fighter jets can also be landed on the runway.
About 90 percent of the work on the Purvanchal Expressway is complete. Work on the bridge under construction on the railway line at the Kalvari Dam of Kurebhar and Akhandnagar is also nearing completion. The carrier has given assurance that the work will be completed on time.
Ravish Gupta, district judge

Sultanpur. Before the elections, residents of the district can get the Purvanchal Expressway as a gift. With a view to the parliamentary elections, the executive body is preparing the completion of the work on behalf of the government. So far, around 90 percent of the work on the expressway has been completed. In view of the work, it is expected to be inaugurated at the end of August.

The government is trying to give away the under construction Purvanchal Expressway from Lucknow to Ghazipur for nearly five years in the assembly’s election year. At the direction of the government, the executive is busy completing work on the expressway in a hurry.

Work is carried out day and night on the 100 km long route in the district. According to the officials, work on the road is almost complete. The repairs to the partitions etc. on the side of the road and in the middle of the road are in progress. The focus of the executing organization is on completing the bridge works under construction on the Kurebhar and Shahganj railway line in Akhandnagar in the district.

According to the officials, work on the bridge is also nearing completion. In addition to day and night work, the government also conducts the review of the daily work progress from the work organization. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who underwent inspection of the Purvanchal Expressway last month, has also ordered officials to complete the work by August 15. Against this background, the possibility of the inauguration of the expressway by the Prime Minister by the end of August is expressed.

Expressway is being built at around Rs 32,000 crore

The approximately 344 km long Purvanchal Expressway from Lucknow to Haldia in Ghazipur is being built at a cost of around Rs.32 thousand crores. An industrial corridor is also being built to promote trade on the expressway. An airstrip was also built on the expressway near Kurebhar. Fighter jets can also be landed on the runway.

About 90 percent of the work on the Purvanchal Expressway is complete. Work on the bridge under construction on the railway line at the Kalvari Dam of Kurebhar and Akhandnagar is also nearing completion. The carrier has given assurance that the work will be completed on time.

Ravish Gupta, district judge

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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