CM Inaugurates Gomti-Udaipur Four Lane Highway
Various development schemes announced today by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot at the inaugural ceremony of the Multi Crore Rupees road project of Gomti Chauraha. The four-lane highway will be constructed from Gomti Chauraha (Rajsamand) to Udaipur.
Various development schemes were announced today by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot at the inaugural ceremony of the Multi Crore Rupees road project of Gomti Chauraha. The four-lane highway will be constructed from Gomti Chauraha (Rajsamand) to Udaipur.
Addressing as a chief guest, Ashok Gehlot, said that State Government is spending almost Rs. 750 crores to build State Highways and it has sanctioned Rs.200 crore for the repair work of the roads in the State.
He said that this is a matter of Pride and Honor that for the first time from Rajasthan, a great leader like C.P. Joshi has became the Railway Minster. This will definitely help the development of the railways in the State.
Gehlot also said that Mavli and Marwar line will also be changed to Broad Gauge.
He said that Rajasthan will not remain a backward State in the matter of Rails and Roads any more. He added that State Government has taken up construction projects of Highways of upto 2500 km. He also said that there is tremendous development in the fields of education, road, electricity, drinking water and medicine, and under ‘Prime-Minister Village Road Development Program’, there is a project to join villages with a population of 250 by road.
Gehlot, in his speech, said that Rajasthan is the first State in the Country to implement all the beneficiary schemes of the Central Government, whether it is Distribution of Free Medicines, Chief Minister B.P.L. Housing Project and all the other schemes of the Government.
He said that the State Government will provide Rs 10,300 crores of agricultural loan to the Farmers, and the farmers, who pay one lac back in time, will be exempted from the interest on the loan. He said that government has given jobs to almost 96 thousand people and is planning to declare 1 lac 4 thousand jobs very soon.
Central Minister for Transportation, Highways and Railways, Dr. C.P. Joshi said that Road and Highway Development are done by the co-ordination of Public and Private sector entities. He said that construction work of roads of almost 12 thousand crores is already under process and more 60 thousand crore has been sanctioned .
Joshi also assured that the Gomti Chauraha to Beawar will be converted to Four Lane very soon.
At this occasion, Minister of State for Sports and Youth Affairs, Mangilal Garasiya, also mentioned the State Government’s concern about the road and infrastructure development.
MP of Rajsamand Gopal Singh Shekhawat informed that Gehlot Ministry has sanctioned Highway Project from Charbhuja to Pali and from Rajsamand to Bhilwara.
Central Transportation Secretary, A K Upadhyay projected a total of Rs. 914 crore rupees to be spent on the Gomti Chauraha Four Lane.
On this occasion Parliamentary Secretary Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Vice President “Rajya Anusuchit Ayog” Dinesh Tarwari, MLA Pradeep Kumar Singh, Sajjan Katara, Pushkar Dangi and large number of people from Rajsamnd and Udaipur District were present.
Welcome of the CM. and Joshi
Central Transportation Minister for Highways and Central Cabinet Minister for Railways, C.P. Joshi and State Minister Mangilal Garasiya along with Congress workers and large number of public representatives welcomed CM Ashok Gehlot at the J.K. Air strip Rajsamand.
MP, Gopal Singh Shekhawat, Chairperson MCU Rajsamand Asha Paliwal, Divisional Commissioner Subodh Agarwal, Range I.G. Udaipur T. C. Damore, District Collector Rajsamand Dr. Pritam B. Yashwant, S.P. Rajsamand Rahul Katkaye, Additional Distt. Collector Ashok Kumar, Additional S.P Pradeep Mohan, Khamnor District Head Puroshottam Mali and large number of congress party workers and people from Udaipur and Rajsamand were present on the occasion.
C.P. Joshi was welcomed at every step by garlands and flowers from Kankroli to Gomti Chauraha by the party workers and locals.
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