Press Reporter News Service
Bathinda, July 27
Among the many finest stretches in Punjab not too way back, the street from Bathinda to former CM Parkash Singh Badal’s native village has fallen into disrepair.
This has prompted Union Minister and MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal to jot down to Union Highway Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari, looking for quick restore of 4 stretches, together with the Bathinda-Ghudda-Badal street.
Repairs on this stretch haven’t been carried out for a very long time. The street is steadily utilized by the Union Minister, Punjab Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal and SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal. It was constructed by the Public Works Division (PWD) at a value of Rs 26 crore from the Central Highway Fund.
Harsimrat claimed that 4 stretches in her parliamentary constituency — the 25-km Bathinda-Ghudda-Badal street, 9.5-km Ratia-Sardulgarh street, 19.51-km Sardulgarh-Sirsa street and 18-km Nathana-Baghapurana street — had been in a dilapidated state and wanted quick repairs.
A PWD (B&R) official stated the work on the street was listed below a central scheme in 2019-20, however they hadn’t acquired any replace to this point. Through the SAD-BJP regime, Badal village was the one one within the state to have a four-lane street dotted by palm bushes, photo voltaic lighting and an array of buildings.