Road is being built on the other side of the Ganganahar Track Route

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A road is being built on the other side of the Ganganahar Track Route
Muzaffarnagar / Khatauli. A road is also being built across Ganganahar to relieve pressure from vehicles on the Delhi-Doon National Highway and Ganganahar route. For the planned road construction from Muradnagar to Uttarakhand, more than 15,000 trees will be felled in the 80 km long border of the district. The forestry department has marked the trees through PWD and NHAI and sent the proposal to the government for felling, from where work will begin as soon as the green signal is received.
To ease vehicle pressure on the Delhi-Dehradun route and make travel easier, the government has drawn up a plan to build a road on the other side of the Gangnahar route. This 18 meter wide road to be built from Muradnagar to Uttarakhand will be built nine meters from the Ganganahar Bandh. The road construction survey has been completed, cutting 15,500 trees on the other bank of the Ganganahar, approximately 80 km from the Khatauli-Meerut border to the Purkaji district border. All trees to be felled were identified by the forestry department, whose proposal for felling was also sent to the government via PWD and NHAI. Regional Forest Officer Mohan Bahukhandi said responsibility for cutting trees will be turned over to Forest Corporation once the green signal is received from the government. After the timber obtained from the felling has been auctioned, the money is transferred to the account of the forestry office.
The Chital Park will become completely extinct
Chatauli. Chital Park, the city’s only picnic spot, will become completely extinct when the planned road is built on the other side of Ganganahar. Actually, the entire land along the Gangnahar side of the Chital Park is used for road construction purposes, after which only the part of the park remains where a Chital enclosure used to be. Forestry officials say that after the road is built, a decision will be made on the remaining land.

A road is being built on the other side of the Ganganahar Track Route

Muzaffarnagar / Khatauli. A road is also being built across Ganganahar to relieve pressure from vehicles on the Delhi-Doon National Highway and Ganganahar route. For the planned road construction from Muradnagar to Uttarakhand, more than 15,000 trees will be felled in the 80 km long border of the district. The forestry department has marked the trees through PWD and NHAI and sent the proposal to the government for felling, from where work will begin as soon as the green signal is received.

To ease vehicle pressure on the Delhi-Dehradun route and make travel easier, the government has drawn up a plan to build a road on the other side of the Gangnahar route. This 18 meter wide road to be built from Muradnagar to Uttarakhand will be built nine meters from the Ganganahar Bandh. The road construction survey has been completed, cutting 15,500 trees on the other bank of the Ganganahar, approximately 80 km from the Khatauli-Meerut border to the Purkaji district border. All trees to be felled were identified by the forestry department, whose proposal for felling was also sent to the government via PWD and NHAI. Regional Forest Officer Mohan Bahukhandi said responsibility for cutting trees will be turned over to Forest Corporation once the green signal is received from the government. After the timber obtained from the felling has been auctioned, the money is transferred to the account of the forestry office.

The Chital Park will become completely extinct

Chatauli. Chital Park, the city’s only picnic spot, will become completely extinct when the planned road is built on the other side of Ganganahar. Actually, the entire land along the Gangnahar side of the Chital Park is used for road construction purposes, after which only the part of the park remains where a Chital enclosure used to be. Forestry officials say that after the road is built, a decision will be made on the remaining land.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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