Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday inaugurated the longest elevated road in the country in Ghaziabad.
The elevated six-lane road is approximately 10 kilometres-long and built on 227 single pillars. It connects UP Gate to Rajnagar Extension.
However, former CM of UP Akhilesh Yadav was quick to take a jibe and tweeted, “Ram Ram Japna, Paraya Kaam Apna (Chanting the name of Ram, other credit for others’ work).” The Samajwadi Party president was accusing Adityanath of inaugurating and re-inaugurating projects initiated by the SP government.
The construction of the longest elevated road in the country began in November 2014. It took three years and four months to complete the 10 km six-lane road, built on 227 single pillars. Only two and four-wheeled vehicles would be allowed on this road during the initial days. Read More…