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Haryana to invest Rs 776 crore on infra structure in Gurgaon

Written by: Staff

Chandigarh, May 17 (UNI) The Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has decided to invest Rs 776 crore on development of infrastructure in Gurgaon in the next three years.

Besides HUDA would also undertake four other major projects involving an investment of about Rs 85 crore in Gurgaon and Sonipat.

These projects include remodeling of Gurgaon Water Supply Channel, construction of a multipurpose hall-cum-indoor stadium, flyover on railway crossing on approach road to Sri Mata Mansa Devi Shrine Complex and construction of wide external roads in Sonipat.

A decision to this effect was taken in the 97th meeting of the Authority presided over by Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, here last evening.

The Chief Minister appreciated the action plan formulated by HUDA for external development works in Gurgaon and its pro people policies aimed at improving the quality of life of the people.

While apprising the Chief Minister about various developmental projects to be undertaken in Gurgaon under an Action Plan, the Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Town and Country Planning, Mrs Shakuntala Jakhu said that Rs 776 crore would be spent in a phased manner by March end 2009. She said that providing top class infrastructure in the global city was the priority area of HUDA.

The works in Gurgaon would include construction of new roads, improvement of existing roads so as to decongest traffic, provide adequate water supply, proper sewerage system including treatment facilities provide storm water drainage, fire fighting equipment , street lights along master roads and development urban forests.


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