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Growth Accelerated With The Construction Of Highways


Hear the news Hear the news With the construction of highways, the development accelerated in Bijnor. The pace of development is also accelerating with the construction of roads and highways. At present three highways are being constructed in the district. Apart from this, bypass is also being built. Due to this, the eyes of property dealers are on the land on the side of the road. The city is expanding. The land adjacent to the highway is being sold for Rs 25 to 30 lakh per bigha. There is no sale land left on NH 119 till Swahedi village. The land behind this is also being sold up to fifteen lakh bighas. National Highway 119 Meerut-Pauri is being converted into a four-lane. Its bypass is being built in the west direction outside Bijnor city. The bypass will start from the barrage road and will pass near Peda village and exit on Najibabad road. A bypass of Panipat-Khatima National Highway is being constructed near Peda itself. Which is leaving near VKIT College on Kotwali Marg. Apart from the Bijnor-Najibabad road, the Bijnor-Kotwali road is also being converted into a highway. whose construction is in progress. At the same time, National Highway 74 is being made four-lane from Haridwar to Nagina. Five bypasses are being built from Haridwar to Nagina. Four bypasses are being built on the Meerut-Pauri highway. With the construction of these roads and bypasses, the cost of land has increased up to three times. Most of the agricultural land from the highway has been bought by traders, colonizers and investors. The plots being sold for the colony, where once there used to be a farm, now colonizers are dreaming of developing a colony. Small plots are being sold around three roads and their bypasses. In the forest you will see the roads and electric poles made to cut the colony. Talking about the Kotwali road, plots are being sold up to five kilometers away from Bijnor. The colony has also been cut on both sides on the bridge of Ban. Prices increased three times in two years, buildings for hotels and restaurants are being built on the side of the highway. Colonies are being cut. The colony which was far away at the district headquarters has now come under the new bypass. The prices of them have gone up by three times in the last two years only. In these colonies till a year ago, the price was five to eight thousand rupees per yard. Now fifteen thousand rupees have been made. Wherever plating is taking place, first check that colony whether it is approved from the regulated area or not. Campaigns against unauthorized colonies have been going on from time to time. – Vikramaditya Singh Malik, Joint Magistrate / SDM Bijnor development accelerated with the construction of Sadar Highways. The pace of development is also accelerating with the construction of roads and highways. At present three highways are being constructed in the district. Apart from this, bypass is also being built. Due to this, the eyes of property dealers are on the land on the side of the road. The city is expanding. The land adjacent to the highway is being sold for Rs 25 to 30 lakh per bigha. There is no sale land left on NH 119 till Swahedi village. The land behind this is also being sold up to fifteen lakh bighas. National Highway 119 Meerut-Pauri is being converted into a four-lane. Its bypass is being built in the west direction outside Bijnor city. The bypass will start from the barrage road and will pass near Peda village and exit on Najibabad road. A bypass of Panipat-Khatima National Highway is being constructed near Peda itself. Which is leaving near VKIT College on Kotwali Marg. Apart from the Bijnor-Najibabad road, the Bijnor-Kotwali road is also being converted into a highway. whose construction is in progress. At the same time, National Highway 74 is being made four-lane from Haridwar to Nagina. Five bypasses are being built from Haridwar to Nagina. Four bypasses are being built on the Meerut-Pauri highway. With the construction of these roads and bypasses, the cost of land has increased up to three times. Most of the agricultural land from the highway has been bought by traders, colonizers and investors. The plots being sold for the colony, where once there used to be a farm, now the colonizers are dreaming of developing a colony. Small plots are being sold around three roads and their bypasses. In the forest you will see the roads and electric poles made to cut the colony. Talking about the Kotwali road, plots are being sold up to five kilometers away from Bijnor. The colony has also been cut on both sides on the bridge of Ban. Buildings for hotels and restaurants are being built on the side of the highway three times in two years. Colonies are being cut. The colony which was far away at the district headquarters has now come under the new bypass. The prices of them have gone up by three times in the last two years only. In these colonies till a year ago, the price was five to eight thousand rupees per yard. Now fifteen thousand rupees have been made. Wherever the plating is taking place, first check that colony whether it is approved from the regulated area or not. Campaigns against unauthorized colonies have been going on from time to time. Vikramaditya Singh Malik, Joint Magistrate/SDM Sadar.

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