Ravi S Singh
Press Reporter News Service
New Delhi, June 4
Union Highway Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari has directed authorities involved to expedite the pending tasks regarding the ministry in Ambala.
This was throughout his assembly with Union Minister of State for Jal Shakti and Social Justice Rattan Lal Kataria.
Kataria met Gadkari relating to infrastructure tasks pertaining to Ambala Lok Sabha constituency which is represented by him.
The mission that figured through the discussions embody Ambala-Chandigarh Categorical Freeway greenfield mission, Shamli-Ambala greenfield mission, Saha-Shahabad, Yamunanagar-Karera Khurd overbridge, Ambala-Shastri Nagar vehicular overpass (VOP), Zirakpur-Panchkula bypass, bridge linking Panchkula Sector 20 and Sector 12, Surajpur bypass and Baddi-Pinjore tasks.
Kataria knowledgeable reporters after the assembly that he additionally thanked Gadkari for giving approval of the Ambala ring street mission.
“With this street, Ambala Cantt and Ambala Metropolis will do away with heavy site visitors coming from Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh,” Kataria stated.
Kataria steered to Gadkari that as Delhi, Gurugram, Faridabad have been densely populated and witnessed site visitors congestion, Ambala at a distance of 200 km from Delhi may very well be developed as a transport hub for these 5 states.
He buttressed his level, saying Ambala was at an affordable distance from Delhi.
Additionally, upgradation and modernisation of the nationwide freeway connecting Chandigarh and Delhi and enough flyovers alongside it, the journey time between Delhi and Ambala on the stretch was a breeze, he stated.
“Gadkari ji has assured of full cooperation,” Kataria stated.
Kataria additionally thanked Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar for approval of Ambala ring street mission and invited him for its ‘bhoomi poojan’.