Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Government allots Rs 2 lakh cr to develop highways in MP

The Indian Government has said that Rs two lakh crore have been allotted for the development of highways in Madhya Pradesh. As per reports, Gadkari announced conversion of 2021-kilometers long seven different roads in the state into national highways. Commenting on the issue, Union Minister for Road Transport Nitin Gadkari told the media, "The Centre will provide Rs two lakh crore to Madhya Pradesh during a period of next two years."

The minister claimed that new roads are being constructed according to international standards and these roads will "not develop potholes for next 200-years." "The roads being constructed these days will not get damaged or develop potholes for next 200-years," he said, "We are not only concentrating on road construction work but also focussing on developing 20,000-km of inland waterways in the country. In Madhya Pradesh, the waterways will be developed on Chambal, Narmada rivers," he added.

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