Rain hinders the widening of the motorway – Rain hinders the widening of the motorway

Cyclist rides due to waterlogging on the street in Pilkhani
– Photo: SAHARANPUR

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Saharapur. Work to widen the Delhi-Saharanpur highway in the Rampur Maniharan to Nanauta area is progressing rapidly, but the rain is hindering. Water fills the square, which hinders construction. Therefore, the expansion work may take time to complete.
In fact, the total length of this highway under construction from Delhi to Saharanpur is 155.125 km, with a stretch of approximately 62.779 km being prepared from the Shamli bypass to Saharanpur. In the Saharanpur district, a road was built between Nanauta and Rampur Maniharan. In Rampur Maniharan, the watering of soil and ballast will begin a week ago after the intervention began. Similarly, from Rampur Maniharan in the direction of Saharanpur, the encroachment under the JD of the highway is also broken in the village of Jandheda Samaspur. In addition to breaking up the encroachment, excavations are being carried out to widen the road, but waterlogging occurs in the excavated areas due to rain. At the same time, the monsoon is also turned upside down, which could hinder the expansion of the Delhi-Saharanpur motorway.
Problems not getting things done quickly
Due to the ongoing expansion of the motorway, people are faced with many problems. Because in all places from Rampur Maniharan to Saharanpur, where mud and ballast were deposited after excavations, mud remains there. Two-wheelers have difficulties from here. Because as the construction of a coal tar road progresses, the movement of vehicles is stopped and a one-way system is created.

Cyclist drives due to waterlogging on the street in Plakhni– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Saharapur. Work to widen the Delhi-Saharanpur highway in the Rampur Maniharan to Nanauta area is progressing rapidly, but the rain is hindering. Water fills the square, which hinders construction. Therefore, the expansion work may take time to complete.

In fact, the total length of this highway under construction from Delhi to Saharanpur is 155.125 km, with a stretch of approximately 62.779 km being prepared from the Shamli bypass to Saharanpur. In the Saharanpur district, a road was built between Nanauta and Rampur Maniharan. In Rampur Maniharan, the watering of soil and ballast will begin a week ago after the intervention began. Similarly, from Rampur Maniharan in the direction of Saharanpur, the encroachment under the JD of the highway is also broken in the village of Jandheda Samaspur. In addition to breaking up the encroachment, excavations are being carried out to widen the road, but waterlogging occurs in the excavated areas due to rain. At the same time, the monsoon is also turned upside down, which could hinder the expansion of the Delhi-Saharanpur motorway.

Problems not getting things done quickly

Due to the ongoing expansion of the motorway, people are faced with many problems. Because in all places from Rampur Maniharan to Saharanpur, where mud and ballast were deposited after excavations, mud remains there. Two-wheelers have difficulties from here. Because as the construction of a coal tar road progresses, the movement of vehicles is stopped and a one-way system is created.

Cyclist drives due to waterlogging on the street in Plakhni

Cyclist drives due to waterlogging on the street in Plakhni– Photo: SAHARANPUR

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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