Haryana chief minister (CM) Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday laid the foundation stone of 5-km-long elevated railway track in Thanesar city which will be constructed at the cost of around Rs 225 crore with the joint efforts of the ministry of railways and the government of Haryana.
The officials told that the teams of Indian Railways and Haryana Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (HRIDCL) will be work together on this project. For this project Rs 125 crores are being spent by the state and Rs 100 crore by the central government.
Haryana CM Khattar said, “Nation’s first elevated railway track of 3 kilometers length is being developed in Rohtak and it is expected to complete up to January or February 2020. Read More
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