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Construction : Web Exclusive | August 2013 | Source : Construction Update

Haryana seeks Centre's nod for 4 new road projects

For four new mega projects of road network and sewerage system for Faridabad, the Haryana government has sought Centre's nod. The project work is involving an estimated cost of Rs 495.13 crore. The approval has been sought under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM). This was informed in second meeting of State-level Steering Committee on JNNURM chaired by Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda in Chandigarh on August 1.

The four mega projects include improvement of road network in Faridabad town, revamping of sewerage system and sewage treatment works in Ballabgarh Zone and Sanitary Landfill Scheme for Faridabad Town at an estimated cost of Rs 54.20 crore. On the issue of 2,217 dwelling units constructed in Dabua Colony and Bapu Nagar in Faridabad lying unoccupied due to non-shifting of eligible beneficiaries from identified slums, Hooda directed the concerned officers to make arrangement for the early shifting of the eligible beneficiaries to these dwelling units.

He also directed that the capacity of Solid Waste Management Plant for Faridabad at Bandhwari should be increased from 600 tonne per day to 1000 tpd. On this, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Faridabad assured Hooda that it would be completed by year end.

Hooda, according to an official release here, directed that Solid Waste Management projects should be prepared for Gurgaon-Sohna and Manesar.

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