Gadkari launches Chambal Express Way work

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 08 Jun 2017 13:00:01


 

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Gwalior will be made as plastic hub, says Minister Anant Kumar

Minister Anant Kumar and Minister Narendra Singh Tomar lay foundation stone for roads and buildings projects worth 1,180 crores in Gwalior

The Chambal Express Way of estimated cost worth Rs 5,000 crores will be built in the Gwalior region and the construction work, which was stopped from more than 10 years of the Gwalior-Jhansi National Highway, where several road-accidents have taken place will start after 20 days. After completing of Chambal Express Way the Gwalior region will be developed overall.


The Union Ministers for Shipping and Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari said, this when he was addressing the public as chief guest in Swachhata-Samagam programme on the occasion of the laying foundation stone for 15 projects of roads, bridges and buildings worth Rs 1,180 Cr in Gwalior region here on Tuesday.


The other chief guest was Union Minister for Chemical and fertilisers Anant Kumar said that the Gwalior will be made a plastic hub in future after establishing the plastic park in the Billoua area of the district and Central Institution of Plastic Engineering and Technology. Anant Kumar was speaking on occasion of laying foundations of Plastic Park and CIPET in Gwalior.


Kumar also said that the certificate, diploma engineering and B Tech courses will run in the Gwalior’s CIPET and around 3,500 students will pass out every year. He also said the 30k youth of the Gwalior region will get employment after completing the Plastic Park. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, Anant Kumar Gwalior’s MP and Central Cabinet Minister Narendra Singh Tomar comprising laid the foundation stone for 15 roads, bridges and buildings projects worth Rs 1,180 crores at Phoolbagh Maidan Gwalior on Tuesday in Swachhata-Samagam ceremony. Significantly, Narendra Singh Tomar Central Minister for Panchayat and Rural Development, Swacchata and Drinking Water Ministry is the member of parliament from the Gwalior constituency and three years of his office in has been passed, how will be completed these projects for making Gwalior smart in remaining two years period of his tenure.


Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan could not come to attend the programme due to Mandsaur incident, where 6 farmers were killed and several were injured here on Tuesday. Due to which CM Chouhan cancelled his Gwalior visit.


Higher Education Minister, Jaibhan Singh Pabaiya, Housing Minister Maya Singh, In-charge Minister Dr Gourishankar Bisen, PWD Minister Rampal Singh, Health Minister, Rustom Singh were addressed the public also and MPs, MLAs and other public representatives were present on this occasion.
The rallies of different departments like Anand Vibhag, Education, Child and Women Development etc and social societies have been marched to aware people about Swachhata.


All these projects will enhance all round development of the Gwalior and it’s vicinity. The connectivity through the such roads which are laid stone in this programme will boost the city’s economy and education.


The projects will build complete with the joint financial aids of the Central and State Government. There are 8 roads, 5 bridges including ORBs and 2 buildings of one is professional educational and other is industrial worth Rs 1,180 crores, laid foundation stone in this programme by the guests.