Rs 776 crore master plan for Gurgaon's development
Chandigarh, Dec 4 (UNI) The Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) would spend Rs 776 crore by 2009 under a master plan for the overall development of the Gurgaon city.
A Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) spokesman today said a master plan for the smooth drainage of water had also been envisaged at a cost of Rs 100 crore and this amount would be spent during next three years.
He said a master plan had also been formulated to construct seven drains to drain out the water in Najafgarh nullah.
The work on relaying of master trunk sewerage No. 3 had also been taken up and it would be laid along with the national highway No 8 costing Rs 9.72 crore and the work on this would be completed by March, 2008.
He said a water treatment plant costing Rs 13.34 crore had also been constructed .
Besides, the entry gates on Delhi road, Sohana road, Najafgarh road and Basai road on the boundary of Gurgaon city would be constructed by the Municipal Council, Gurgaon at a cost of Rs 24 lakh.
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