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Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister Launched Road, Waterway Projects: Motihari

Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari inaugurated and commissioned several projects of national highway and waterways project worth more than Rs. 3900 Crore during his three days visit of East and West Champaran.

Talking about it, Mr Gadkari said, “The floating terminal will be constructed to start the Airboat service in Dumriaghat. It will be completed by end of 2019.” Airboat service is being started from Prayagraj to Kashi in the first week of March. “A 24-km-long, two-lane road, part of the National Highway (NH) 28B connecting Misrauli-Parsauni, would be opened to traffic. The Union minister will also lay the foundation for the road overbridge approach roads on NH 28B at Bagaha and Mangalpur, costing Rs. 62.48 crore and Rs. 68.49 crore.
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Widening of NH-227A

A 37-km Manuwapul-Yogpatti road, estimated to cost Rs. 128.90 crore. He will launch work for the development of National Waterway-37 (river Gandak) from its confluence with river Ganga at Hajipur to Triveni Ghat (Bhaisalotan Barrage, Valmikinagar).

The Union minister during his visit to Motihari is expected to launch road projects worth Rs. 2,540 crore. These include widening of the 83.24-km stretch on the Siwan-Mashrakh-Rajapatti-Kesariya-Chakiya section of Ram Janaki Marg (NH-227A) at a cost of Rs. 1,285 Crore and the 81.11-km road on the Manikpur-Sahebganj-Kesariya-Areraj section of NH-74 at a cost of Rs 1,254 crore.

Nitin Gadkari also launched Mahatma Gandhi Statue

Nitin Gadkari also launched a reconstruction of Mahatma Gandhi’s statue and three gantry gates on NH-28 and 28A in East Champaran at a cost of Rs 93.91 lakh. He also added the first phase of the waterway project is scheduled to be completed by 2020. This will also open up river connectivity with Nepal and boost tourism and pilgrimage in these areas.

Union Transport and Highways Minister, Nitin Gadkari also distributed free gas connection between five women on Monday in Agriculture Aquarius. It includes Parvati Devi Bathana, Shabana Khatoon Jyudhara, Indrapati Devi Gordhawa, Kunti Devi Rupiah and Simarakhia Devi Khakhtiar. The women were quite happy by receiving them.

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