Gadkari lays foundation of 19 infra projects on NH-48

During the event, the Union Minister laid the foundation stone for construction and repair of the Dharuhera-Bhiwadi link road, the flyover at Kapriwas Chowk and Dwarkadhish Chowk at a cost of about Rs.147.51 crore.

New Delhi: The Union Minister for Road Transport and National Highways, Nitin Gadkari laid the foundation stone of 19 projects worth Rs 1,407 crore, including the inauguration of a four-lane U-turn underpass on the Delhi-Jaipur Expressway (NH-48) built at a cost of about Rs 103 crore near Ambience Mall in Gurugram on Wednesday.


The event was organised at the Panchgaon Chowk on the Delhi-Jaipur Expressway in Gurugram. Apart from Gadkari, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and other BJP leaders were also present at the event. During the event, the Union Minister laid the foundation stone for construction and repair of the Dharuhera-Bhiwadi link road, the flyover at Kapriwas Chowk and Dwarkadhish Chowk at a cost of about Rs.147.51 crore.


Gadkari also laid the foundation stone for the construction of an elevated highway and a small bridge in Manesar at a cost of Rs 86 crore besides this, the construction of a flyover in Bilaspur, bridge near Masani barrage and Dodhai, culvert near Laduwas Gurjar, construction of flyover at Bawal Chowk.


He also laid the foundation stone of Dehni VUP, flyover at Jagguwas Chowk in Behror, bridge near Sotanala, flyover near Bansurmod, flyover near Putli Cut, Nilka and Bhabharu in Behror and Khotolai besides flyover via duct at Shahpur Tiraha. Gadkari also laid the foundation stone for the maintenance and remaining work of the Delhi-Jaipur Highway in the States of Haryana and Rajasthan.