Satish Saini.Narnaul. Prime Minister Narendra Modi may come to Narnaul to inaugurate the National Greenfield Express Highway 152-D from Narnaul to Ismailabad in Kurukshetra. There is no official confirmation yet. But the district administration is busy preparing internally along with officials associated with NHI. Two days ago, Naib Tehsildar had also visited Surana village on behalf of the district administration along with NHI officials. It is reported that 28 hectares of land here is being prepared for the program. There are also panchayat and some private properties. Although November 25 is being discussed as the date, this date may also be postponed due to the assembly elections in Rajasthan on that day. A later date may be set in the future.
When I spoke to National Highway Authority Regional Officer Mohammad Safiq regarding this, he said to check with your district administration. Can say exactly. Official information comes only to him. I do not currently have such information. Talk to the DM and he will tell you. When Deputy Commissioner Monica Gupta was asked whether the Prime Minister’s program in Surana village was completed? The deputy commissioner said: No, there is nothing at the moment. We have no news at the moment. When approached, Naib Tehsildar Gaje Singh said that he had no information officially. Yes, a day before, I had gone to Surana village with NHI officials to inspect the land.
Father Dharmendra, sarpanch of Surana village, said ADC, Naib Tehsildar and NHI officials came on behalf of the district administration. I saw about 28 acres of land, some of it panchayati and some private. The date of the Prime Minister’s program may not be set yet. On the other hand, there are also discussions that Prime Minister Narendra Modi can also organize the foundation stone laying program of AIIMS in Rewari besides inaugurating 152D.
The vehicles entered service on August 1, 2022 on 152D
The operational test of the vehicles was started on July 30 and 31, 2022 on National Greenfield Express Highway 152-D from Narnaul to Ismailabad in Kurukshetra. After that, this highway was finally put into operation the next day, August 1, with toll collection starting at 8 a.m. Let us tell you that this national highway, which is about 230 kilometers long from Narnaul in the southwest to Gangaheri in the northeast of Kurukshetra, is currently developed into six lanes and can be expanded if required. This highway is connected to NH 148-B at Narnaul bypass. A budget of Rs 5,108 crore has been set by the central government for the construction of this highway. Its width was set at 70 meters. 122 bridges and underpasses were built on the highway. Interestingly, this highway was not built through the middle of a town or village, nor was the transportation system affected during construction. All towns and villages continued to be bypassed. Once the work is completed, motorists will be able to travel comfortably to Chandigarh at a speed of more than 100 kilometers per hour. According to the project, 40 underpasses for light vehicles and 110 underpasses for small vehicles were constructed on this highway. There are also seven ROBs. 1,000,36,200 saplings have been planted on both sides of this road so that the environment can become greener. An area of 500 meters was covered on both sides of this route. This road project is 230 km long and runs from Ganghedi through the border of eight districts including Jind, Rohtak, Bhiwani, Charkhi Dadri, Mahendragarh and Narnaul.
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