Chandigarh, Jun 14 (UNI) Haryana PWD Minister Ajay Singh Yadav today said the state government would incur a sum of Rs 635 crore for the upgradation and strengthening the roads in Mewat region.
Such a huge amount has been earmarked for Mewat for the first time and it would help in improving the road infrastructure in the region, Capt Yadav said.
The improvement work of Gurgaon-Alwar road and Hodal-Nuh-Pataudi-Patauda road would commence soon which were known as North South and East West corridor of Mewat.
He said four-laning and widening of Gurgaon-Alwar road having length of 89 km had been allotted. Similarly, the work of costing Rs 578 crore of widening and strengthening of Hodal-Nuh-Patauda-Pataudi road had also been awarded.
The Minister said that five road works of Mewat region involving length of 70 km at an estimated cost of Rs 36 crore had been approved under the State Plan namely Solpur Kole gaon Doha upto Gurgaon-Alwar road, Palwal-Hathin-Uttawar, Pinagawa to Sikrawa, Nuh Palwal and Chandhat Gurwari Pehaladpur road.
Capt Yadav said special repair work of 45 rural roads in Mewat region costing Rs six crore had been allotted and the work on these roads was in progress.
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