In case, the road around your locality is damaged and not being repaired, just send an message on a Haryana government whatsapp number and the repair would be carried out within 48 hours. Haryana government has announced this ambitious scheme on Saturday. The effect of the scheme would be visible in coming time.
This was stated by Haryana Public Works (Buildings and Roads) Minister, Rao Narbir Singh while interacting with media persons after inaugurating two Anganwadi Centres in village Sadhrana, district Gurgaon on Saturday.
Rao Narbir Singh said that after a year, people coming from other states would feel the difference in roads and they would realise that the roads in Haryana are far better as compared to those of other states. The condition of roads here would speak of the development taking place in the state.
The Minister said that the department would spend Rs 213 crore on various development works in district Gurgram during the current financial year.
Replying to a question, Rao Narbir Singh said that the department would spend about Rs 108 crore on repair and strengthening of roads, about Rs 50 crore on construction of various buildings apart from the PWD Rest House in Gurugram, work of which is going on in full swing. The Rest House alone would cost about Rs 26 crore. It will be the biggest PWD Rest House in the state. Similarly, the Department would incur about Rs 57 crore on construction of Railway Over Bridges (ROBs) in the district. He said that in addition, with the help of Central Government, construction of flyover at Hero Honda Chowk on NH-8 is in progress and it will cost about Rs 200 crore. Besides, the Central Government has also released Rs 1,000 crore for remodeling of three important intersections on NH-8 to resolve the problem of traffic jam in Gurgaon city.
Rao Narbir Singh said, “We are going to spend around Rs 13 crore on strengthening and construction of roads in Sohna assembly Constituency, about Rs 33.37 crore in Badshahpur Assembly Constituency and Rs 60.53 crore in Pataudi Assembly segment.”