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All rights reserved. रांची रिंग रोड फेज सात के लिए अब सरकार को तीन गुना कीमत चुकानी होगी। | ranchi ring road phase 7 project started- News News,रांची न्यूज़,रांची समाचार The much-delayed 23.57km-long six-lane Phase VII of Ranchi Ring Road, built at an estimated cost of Rs 452 crore, was finally inaugurated by chief minister Raghubar Das near Kathitand, on the outskirts of the capital, on Friday.
'Majboot' government on lips, CM opens Ranchi Ring Road arm Under this scheme, the state is expected to give an annuity of around Rs 110 crore to the executing agency for 15 years after completion of the project.Now, the state is planning to hand over phase VII to JARDCL under the same model. In other words, trucks and trailers, ferrying industrial consignments, will be able to reach Jamshedpur, Patna (Bihar) and Purulia (Bengal) faster.Das, also inaugurated a 23.9km district road linking Sonahatu to Milan Chowk, built at an estimated cost of Rs 40 crore. Copyright © 2020 The Telegraph. We want to provide 24/7 electricity by making 81 grids and 257 substations by December-end,” Das said.The chief minister finally reminded people to obey traffic rules and not indulge in reckless driving.Earlier in the day, Das laid the foundation of a Rs 290-crore Ranchi urban water supply scheme, which will involve 14 water towers, 898km pipeline and free connections to 1.6 households; infrastructure development on 656 acres for Rs 513 crore under the Smart City project; and a Rs 252-crore plan for gas-insulated substations.Das handed over appointment letters to 141 junior engineers of urban development department, and keys and cheques to beneficiaries of PM Awas Yojana (urban).Besides him, the function was also addressed by urban development minister C.P.
The much-delayed 23.57km-long six-lane Phase VII of Ranchi Ring Road, built at an estimated cost of Rs 452 crore, was finally inaugurated by chief minister Raghubar Das near Kathitand, on the outskirts of the capital, on Friday.With this, five phases (barring Phases I and II) of the 85.55km Ring Road, whose foundation was laid by former chief minister Madhu Koda way back in 2007, have become operational to prevent heavy vehicle congestion in capital arteries.Phase VII, which connects the Ranchi-Daltonganj stretch of NH-75 with the Ranchi-Hazaribagh stretch of NH-33, will allow heavy vehicles (not bound for Ranchi) coming via NH 75 to hit NH-33 at Karma without entering the city.
The chief minister’s secretariat is learnt to have cleared a proposal to allow Jharkhand Accelerated Road Development Company Limited (JARDCL) to complete the remaining portion of the 23km-stretch under phase VII, held up for over two years.
We may soon float a tender and engage a contractor to build the road,” said a senior official of the road construction department. Soan proposed the vote of thanks.
All rights reserved. The 86km Ranchi Ring Road comprises seven phases. Locality map of Ring road showing major roads, local train route, hotels, hospitals, schools, colleges, religious places and important landmarks of Ring road, Ranchi.
The government stated that the Phase-1 and 2 is also a part of the Ranchi Ring Road adding that delay in construction of the road was causing traffic problems in the city. Find 23+ Property for Sale in Ring Road, Ranchi - Get best deals on Buy/Sell Properties in Ring Road, Ranchi, find full details of the Commercial & Residential properties for Sale in Ring Road, Ranchi.
The NHAI has also promised that work on Phases I and II (of the Ring Road) will begin from April. We are committed to providing basic amenities like drinking water, power and roads,” he said.Rolling out more statistics on government achievements, Das said nearly 5 lakh houses had been built under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana and by 2022, another 5 lakh more would be constructed for the poor.The chief minister announced that the Centre would send Rs 600 crore to the state under the 14th Finance Commission and the money would be distributed among 4,000-plus mukhiyas. While work on phases III, IV, V and VI — total 36km — is complete, phases I and II have been included in the NHAI’s four-lane project between Ranchi and Jamshedpur. JARDCL was given the job on BOT (build, own, and transfer) annuity basis.