Chandigarh, Feb 18 (UNI) National Capital Region Planning Board has approved the plan to develop four lane Gurgaon-Alwar road at a cost of Rs 348 crore and Haryana Government has also approved the widening and strengthening of Gurgaon-Farukhnagar-Jhajjar road via Sultanpur at a cost of Rs 93 crore.
This was revealed in a review meeting, which the Haryana Chief Secretary, Mrs Promilla Issar had with Divisional Commissioner of Gurgaon, Mr Rajeev Sharma and Deputy Commissioners of Gurgaon division through video conferencing from Chandigarh today.
She was informed that Gurgaon-Farukhnagar-Jhajjar road would be made 10 metres wide. She directed that the tenders for both these projects be invited within 15 days.
She was also informed that the Union Environment Ministry has given its green signal to set up a solid waste management plant at village Bandhwari for Gurgaon. The drinking water supply scheme for Sohna was also approved in this review meeting. The State Government has already given its administrative approval for the scheme to be implemented at a cost of Rs 65.34 crore.
The Chief Secretary also sanctioned the setting up of a Rs 80 lakh primary health centre at village Mandpura.
On the issue of construction of a circuit house in Gurgaon, she said that the site for the same be identified. Also, in view of the visit of a number of dignitaries to Gurgaon, the existing rest house of Public Works (Building and Roads) Department be expanded by constructing additional rooms.
Multi-level parking near Nehru Market, Kamla Nehru Park, in sectors 29 and 43 would also come up.
Health Department would set up a 100-bed trauma centre in sector 10, she said and directed that vacancies at general hospital, Sohna and community health centre at Pataudi be filled up at the earliest.
On the issue of local bus service for Gurgaon, she said that such a service would shortly be introduced in Gurgaon and Faridabad and consultants of the National Development Project have been appointed for the same.
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