Delhi-Jaipur Expressway to cost Rs 18,000 crores: Gadkari

[] Paving the way to reach Delhi from Jaipur in one-and-a-half hours, union road minister Nitin Gadkari has announced that the Delhi-Jaipur Expressway will be built at a cost of Rs 18,000 crores

The Delhi-Jaipur express highway, would be built at a cost of Rs 18,000 crore, union road minister Nitin Gadkari said, on March 10, 2017.

You are reading: Delhi-Jaipur Expressway to cost Rs 18,000 crores: Gadkari

The advanced cement-concrete 225-km express highway, will be the second in the country after the Mumbai-Pune Expressway and will pave the way for reaching Delhi from Jaipur in just one-and-a-half hours, at a speed of 125 kms per hour, the minister said, after laying the foundation for road construction works in Dausa district.

Read also : Demonetisation third anniversary: Cash demand soars 20.14% to Rs 21.6 trillion

[] Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway to be completed by June 2017: Officials

“Agra-Delhi is also considered as an express highway but it is not as per the standard. After the Mumbai-Pune Express Highway, Delhi-Jaipur will be the second express highway in the country,” he said.

He further said that the Haryana government has given alignment permission and if Rajasthan helps in land acquisition and road alignment permission, the work can commence in 2017 itself.

Read also : Pink Line Delhi Metro: Safety inspection conducted on South Campus-Lajpat Nagar section

The union minister said that Mumbai-Baroda Express Highway is also in the plan. On the long-pending Ring Road construction work in Jaipur, Gadkari said that a high-level meeting with all the stakeholders was held and it has been decided that the NHAI would complete the work in 15 months. Gadkari said that in last three years, road construction work of Rs 50,000 crores has been done in the state and another Rs 50,000 crores would be spent in the next two years.

“We need industries, to create employment for youths. Industrialists demand water, power and roads. Without roads, we cannot expect development. Rajasthan is progressing fast. We want industrialists to come, give employment to youths and make Rajasthan and its people prosper,” Gadkari said, while announcing various road construction works in the state.

Copyright belongs to:

Category: Lifestyle

Debora Berti

Università degli Studi di Firenze, IT

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button