Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has sought to fast-track key infrastructure projects, including the Char Dham scheme, and reached out to all the stakeholders for quicker clearances.
He minced no words saying there will be zero tolerance to any delay. Chairing a meeting of a group of ministers on infrastructure last night, Gadkari said 18 proposals relating to the ambitious Char Dham project were scuttled in absence of various clearances, pointing out that the decision to build the new project was taken after the Uttarakhand catastrophe.
“There should not be any delay in the Rs 12,000-crore project for developing 900 km of National Highways in Uttarakhand for improving connectivity to Char Dham pilgrimage centres,” officials present at the meeting quoted Gadkari as saying. Read More…
Credit By: Indian Express
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