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Haryana spends Rs 383.58 crore to upgrade road network.

Haryana spends Rs 383.58 crore to upgrade road network.
Manohar Lal
Chandigarh, August 31, 2020:  In a bid to further strengthen Road network in Haryana and to ease increasing traffic congestion for the convenience of commuters, the Haryana Government is geared up to spend Rs. 383.58 crore for the Up-gradation of 83 roads with a cumulative length of 688.94 Km under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) in the State.
While stating this here today, an official spokesman said
that Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal has accorded
administrative approval amounting to Rs. 383.58 crore for the Up-gradation of these roads. Besides this, a new technology of using Plastic waste will be used for upgrading (repair, widening, strengthening) of these roads, due to which the quality of the roads will increase and the public can avail the facilities of these roads for a longer period.
          The spokesman while sharing the details about the roads which will be upgraded said that  11 roads in Charkhi Dadri district, with a cumulative length of 108.69 km, 14 in Jhajjar with a cumulative
length of  73.75 km, nine roads in Jind with a cumulative length of 117.26 km, six in Karnal with a cumulative length of 36.87 km, 11 in Mewat, with a cumulative length of 78.29 km, 15 in Rohtak with a
cumulative length of 104 km, 11 in Sirsa with a cumulative length of 131.29 km and six in Yamunanagar with a cumulative length of 38.74 km will be upgraded under  PMGSY.
          He said that the expenditure of these roads will be borne by both Centre and the State Government in the ratio of 60:40, while the cost of five years paid maintenance will be completely borne by the
State Government.
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