Haryana CM Khattar announces new road project for Faridabad
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Haryana CM Khattar announces new road project for Faridabad

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced a project on Sunday to connect the eastern and western parts of Faridabad city. Link roads, including two under bridges, will soon be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 3 billion.

Khattar was addressing a gathering after inaugurating two water supply projects in Faridabad. Through the installation of rain wells from the Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP), the Faridabad Metropolitan Development Authority (FMDA) has increased water supply by 60 MLD per day through these projects.

“Besides ensuring adequate water supply, these projects of FMDA will provide better roads and basic amenities to the residents of the city. FMDA is working on various such projects for the development of Faridabad city,” he said.

FMDA will finish development projects worth Rs 25 billion in the coming year, according to the chief minister. An important project is the building of new roads connecting Noida and Faridabad, he added.

In order to guarantee a clean drinking water system in the city, Khattar said that 12 new rain wells would be put into place and that the operation of 64 old tube wells would be examined.

Construction of the road from Faridabad to Jewar Airport would also be started soon, which will benefit the citizens of Faridabad, he said.

He further said that a new bus terminal with cutting-edge amenities would be built in Sector 61 of the city and 50 new e-buses would soon be on the roads to improve the public transportation.

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Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced a project on Sunday to connect the eastern and western parts of Faridabad city. Link roads, including two under bridges, will soon be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 3 billion. Khattar was addressing a gathering after inaugurating two water supply projects in Faridabad. Through the installation of rain wells from the Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP), the Faridabad Metropolitan Development Authority (FMDA) has increased water supply by 60 MLD per day through these projects. “Besides ensuring adequate water supply, these projects of FMDA will provide better roads and basic amenities to the residents of the city. FMDA is working on various such projects for the development of Faridabad city,” he said. FMDA will finish development projects worth Rs 25 billion in the coming year, according to the chief minister. An important project is the building of new roads connecting Noida and Faridabad, he added. In order to guarantee a clean drinking water system in the city, Khattar said that 12 new rain wells would be put into place and that the operation of 64 old tube wells would be examined. Construction of the road from Faridabad to Jewar Airport would also be started soon, which will benefit the citizens of Faridabad, he said. He further said that a new bus terminal with cutting-edge amenities would be built in Sector 61 of the city and 50 new e-buses would soon be on the roads to improve the public transportation. See also: Nitin Gadkari lays foundation stone for 4 NH projects in West BengalGanga Expressway makes headway in clearing and grubbing work

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