The Foundation Of The Remaining Three Phases Of Ramvan Gaman Marg Will Be Laid Simultaneously

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Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj Published by: Vinod Singh Updated Thu, 12 Aug 2021 09:38 PM IST

Between Chitrakoot to Ayodhya, 44 places related to Lord Ram will have a direct connection with Shringverpur

Ram Van Gaman Path – Photo : Amar Ujala Graphics

With the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya, the work of Ram Vanagaman Marg will also be completed. Under this route 44 places associated with Lord Ram will be connected to Shringverpur. The budget for these four-lane roads will be arranged from the state plan. The construction of Ram Van Gaman Marg has started between Ayodhya to Chitrakoot. The four-phase project will cost a total of Rs 3,300 crore.In this projects, the work of development of 44 sites related to Lord Rama is also included. The Deputy Chief Minister, who came to Prayagraj, reviewed it on Thursday. He directed the officers to complete the process of land acquisition by removing all the hurdles. After this, it was told in the press conference that the construction of a grand Ram temple in Ayodhya has started. The construction work of Panchkosi Yatra and Ramvan Gaman Marg in Ayodhya is also related to this. Along with the Kalash to be placed on the top of the temple, the construction work of Panchkosi Yatra and Ramvan Gaman Marg being built in Ayodhya will also be completed.

He said that in its first phase, the construction work between Jethwara and Avatarpu is almost complete. In the second phase, the road is to be constructed between Avtarganj to Muratganj via Shringverpur, in the third phase from Muratganj to Samadabad and in the fourth and final phase between Repura to Chitrakoot. In between, a six-lane flyover will be constructed at Shringverpur. This bridge will be 1200 meters long. There will also be a ramp for the elderly. Several bypasses and a four-lane bridge over Yamuna river are also proposed in this project.

The Deputy Chief Minister informed that the work of the first phase of this project is nearing completion. The foundation stone for the remaining three phases of works will be laid together soon. Keshav Prasad informed that 44 places falling on Ramvan Gaman Marg will be connected by road from Shringverpur. A proposal is being prepared for this. The budget for these connectivity routes will be arranged from the state plan. The Deputy Chief Minister said that Ayodhya, Prayagraj, Kaushambi, Chitrakoot would develop with the construction of Ramvan Gaman Marg.

Four-lane road will be built between Andawa to Kaushambi via airport. Four-lane road will also be constructed between Andawa and Kaushambi. This road will pass through Bamrauli airport. A proposal is being prepared for this road to be built at a cost of Rs 800 crore. Its foundation stone will be laid soon. With its construction, traffic will also become accessible between Varanasi and Prayagraj to Kaushambi.

Four lane road has already been approved between Handia to Andawa. 300 crore has been approved for this. With its construction, the journey to Varanasi will become easier. Also it will take less time. In this sequence, the plan is now being prepared for a four-lane road between Andawa and Kaushambi. Keshav Prasad Maurya, who came to Prayagraj, told that soon the construction of this road will also start. The Deputy Chief Minister informed that the construction of a bridge on river Ganga in Karchana will also start soon. A four-lane road will also be constructed between Gauhaniya from this bridge. The Deputy Chief Minister also gave information about many other schemes.

With the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya, the work of Ram Vanagaman Marg will also be completed. Under this route 44 places associated with Lord Ram will be connected to Shringverpur. The budget for these four-lane roads will be arranged from the state plan. The construction of Ram Van Gaman Marg has started between Ayodhya to Chitrakoot. The four-phase project will cost a total of Rs 3,300 crore.

The work of development of 44 sites related to Lord Rama is also included in these projects. The Deputy Chief Minister who came to Prayagraj reviewed it on Thursday. He directed the officers to complete the process of land acquisition by removing all the hurdles. After this, it was told in the press conference that the construction of a grand Ram temple in Ayodhya has started. The construction work of Panchkosi Yatra and Ramvan Gaman Marg in Ayodhya is also related to this. Along with the Kalash to be placed on the top of the temple, the construction work of Panchkosi Yatra and Ramvan Gaman Marg being built in Ayodhya will also be completed.

He said that in its first phase, the construction work between Jethwara and Avatarpu is almost complete. In the second phase, the road is to be constructed between Avtarganj to Muratganj via Shringverpur, in the third phase from Muratganj to Samadabad and in the fourth and final phase between Repura to Chitrakoot. In between, a six-lane flyover will be constructed at Shringverpur. This bridge will be 1200 meters long. There will also be a ramp for the elderly. Several bypasses and a four-lane bridge over Yamuna river are also proposed in this project.

The Deputy Chief Minister informed that the work of the first phase of this project is nearing completion. The foundation stone for the remaining three phases of works will be laid together soon. Keshav Prasad informed that 44 places falling on Ramvan Gaman Marg will be connected by road from Shringverpur. A proposal is being prepared for this. The budget for these connectivity routes will be arranged from the state plan. The Deputy Chief Minister said that Ayodhya, Prayagraj, Kaushambi, Chitrakoot would develop with the construction of Ramvan Gaman Marg.

Four-lane road will be built between Andawa to Kaushambi via airport. Four-lane road will also be constructed between Andawa and Kaushambi. This road will pass through Bamrauli airport. A proposal is being prepared for this road to be built at a cost of Rs 800 crore. Its foundation stone will be laid soon. With its construction, the traffic between Varanasi and Prayagraj to Kaushambi will also become accessible.

Four lane road has already been approved between Handia to Andawa. 300 crore has been approved for this. With its construction, the journey to Varanasi will become easier. Also it will take less time. In this sequence, the plan is now being prepared for a four-lane road between Andawa to Kaushambi. Keshav Prasad Maurya, who came to Prayagraj, told that soon the construction of this road will also start. The Deputy Chief Minister informed that the construction of a bridge on river Ganga in Karchana will also start soon. A four-lane road will also be constructed between Gauhaniya from this bridge. The Deputy Chief Minister also gave information about many other schemes. .

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