The Haryana government has decided to construct two new roads at a cost of over Rs 6.44 crore in the states Rewari and Nuh districts.
One road will be constructed from Russiawas to Manaka, up to the Rajasthan border, in Rewari and the other from Rajaka to Uleta in Nuh.
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has approved a proposal of the department to this effect, Public Works (Building and Roads) Minister Rao Narbir Singh said today.
He said the road from Russiawas to Manaka would be 3.77-km long and would be constructed at a cost of about Rs 3.62. The Rajaka to Uleta road would be 2.4-km long and cost about Rs 2.83 crore, Singh said. Read More
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