27 May :- Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari announced three major announcements on the inauguration of the 135 km Eastern Peripheral Expressway at a cost of 11,000 crore. In the presence of PM Modi, Gadkari said that soon he will be coming to the foundation stone of Saharanpur-Delhi Bypass. Not only that, the Union minister also announced to make a new expressway from Delhi to Vadodara, to Mumbai.
First announcement (gift to Saharanpur)
From this program of Baghpat, Gadkari looked at MP Satyapal Singh from here saying that your demands will be fulfilled soon. He said, “I have been trying Saharanpur-Delhi Bypass for three years but it did not work. Then when the Yogi government came, the work has proceeded. The Saharanpur-Delhi highway will be connected to Dehradun and it will be bypassed by Shamli. ‘ Transport Minister said that Satyapalji should not worry you. I will come to this highway to do Bhumi Pujan in July.
Second Declaration (Dwarka Highway)
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar was also present in this program of Baghpat. Gadkari said, “Khattar ji said in a meeting that you have a small job. The small work of Khattar ji was Rs 7,000 crore. Dwarka Express Highway has been approved. Work order has also been done. Now the work of Khattar ji is going to start soon. When PM Modi gives time, it will be finalized.
Not only that, Gadkari also announced to create a new express highway between Delhi and Mumbai. Transport Minister said, “We are going to spend Rs 40 thousand crore in Delhi. Delhi is our heart. Due to pollution in Delhi, we are insulted in the world. Therefore, it is our goal to free Delhi pollution. ”
Third Declaration (Delhi-Mumbai New Highway)
If Gadkari believes that this new Express Highway between Delhi and Mumbai will reduce pollution in Delhi. He said that within 15 days, the work of this stretch of 45 thousand kilometers to Mumbai, starting from Delhi-Vadodara, is about to commence. It will be finalized by calling Amit Shah ji. Describing this highway, Transport Minister said that this will reduce the distance between Delhi to Mumbai by 125 km.
According to the transport minister, this new highway will be evacuated from backward areas of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra, saving Rs 16 thousand crore. Referring to the route, he said that this highway will be moved from Delhi to Jaipur ring road in Alwar, then Sawimadhopur and then Vadodara. This highway from Vadodara will be taken to Mumbai. He said that this will also develop backward areas of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat, and the distance between Delhi and Mumbai will also be 125 km short.