Bihar CM Nitish Kumar
PATNA: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Wednesday launched a total of 217 street and bridge projects worth $ 5,024 crore, such as the 68.5 km long Dumri-Sarmera segment of this much-awaited Bihta-Sarmera State Highway that’s been designed as yet another bypass road on the south east of this country funding.
These jobs were launched through distant via video-conferencing while keeping the criteria of social distancing, by a street building division’s (RCD) event held at’Nek Samvad’ hallway in the CM’s official residence .
Another significant RCD job which has been inaugurated on Wednesday was a Rs 508 crore high ranking bridge in Bangara Ghat on Gandak river in Gopalganj district. The bridge stayed in the conversation from the country’s political circles through the afternoon Wednesday as a tiny part of one of both approach roads dropped because of stress from flooding waters hours prior to the CM opened the bridge for visitors, through distant through video conferencing.
Talking on the occasion, the CM said He was advised from the RCD officials the remaining portion (Dumri-Bihta percentage ) of this Bihta-Sarmera country highway would also be finished in next couple of months, as particular obstacles on the rest part had been eliminated.
“After the Bihta-Sarmera state street, a dream job of Nitish Kumar, is finished, the heavy and wealthy vehicles arriving from Varanasi, Mohania and Ara might not have to touch the country capital and they’d move towards Mokama, Bhagalpur, Purnia and Assam by employing the newest state highways which would be utilized as another bypass road on the hunted of their country funds,” an RCD engineer told TOI on Wednesday. He stated, exactly the exact same country highway would later be a part of this projected Greater Patna Mahanagar ring street.
Addressing case through video conferencing, the CM further requested the RCD and the information and public relations division (IPRD) officials to take all necessary actions to notify the new generation concerning the evolution works implemented by his successive authorities in the previous five year.
“Now’s new creation spends more time on social networking and mobile telephones. Vast majority of social networking platforms are consuming them incorrect and baseless details about several things. These young minds have to be provided proper information. They aren’t aware what the status of the streets in Bihar was earlier 2005,” Nitish stated and requested the RCD and IPRD officials to shoot visuals regarding the status of bridges and roads ahead 2005 and artwork and photographs of new bridges and roads constructed throughout our authorities and also show them the difference.