“After Punjab and Maharashtra, Haryana too will get amphibious vehicles that will sail on the Yamuna waters as well as drive on the state roads,” said Union transport and highway minister Nitin Gadkari after laying the foundation stone of the140-crore Pinjore-Baddi bypass, which will be completed in two years, here on Monday.
“We are working on this project and it will hopefully see light of the day in three months,” said Gadkari in the presence of Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar and other senior ministers and officials of the state government.
The minister also promised to double the length of the national highway in the state by 2019. Promising the state all help from the Centre, he said, “You will get tired of asking for more projects, I will not be tired of giving your state.” (Aap mangte hue thak jaoge, main dete hue nahi thakunga.) Read More…
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