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Top 10 Infrastructure Projects Developed by Modi Government – RealtyMyths

by Anushree Ghosh, Development under NDA Modi government initiated several infrastructure projects in the last 5 years— health, education, water supply, roadways, railways, etc. The government not only pushed the stalled plans but executed some fresh plans for the infra-development of the country. The government has acted on many fronts at the same time. Here are the top 10 infrastructure projects by the Modi government: Eastern Peripheral Expressway: It is a 135-km stretch that is India’s first highway lit by solar power. It was inaugurated on 27 May 2018 by Prime Minister Modi. The total cost of the project is estimated to be Rs 11,000 crore and was completed in 17 months. It was meant to reroute the traffic from Delhi to the other nearby states. Almost 10,000 trucks have begun using it,...

WakeUpIndia First podcast: The Issue of Delayed Infrastructure Projects

There are so many projects which get delayed in India. But no one bothers to ask any question. Our national parties do some blame game together, but results are a big ZERO. In some cases, the projects get its due, but the majority of the projects either runs on a long delay or are halfway through. Here are some of the facts for our readers to assess the overall status of various projects running under various initiatives by our govt. or town planner or authorities:  As many as 302 infrastructure projects worth Rs 150 crore and above are delayed with a total cost over-run of Rs 1.45 lakh crore as on November 1, 2017. This is as per a report by the Ministry of State for Statistics and Programme Implementation As per the minister Shri Vijay Goel, a standing committee in each ministry has bee...

First stretch of KMP opens for traffic

Souma Mukherjee/RealtyMyths Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) expressway from Palwal (NH-2) to Manesar (NH-8) –has been thrown open for transportation on 6th of this month. The expressway will work as a bypass for vehicles coming from Jaipur region towards Faridabad or Agra and similarly for those travelling towards Jaipur and Mumbai from Agra or Kolkata. This is believed to be a good initiative in the direction of roadways traffic reduction as it will ensure that non-destined commercial vehicles, which are estimated to be more than 80,000 approx. do not enter the city limits of Delhi region since the vehicles coming from all NHs use the national capital as transit. The usage of this 52 km access-control expressway stretch will be free of any charges for the first two months. However, later cars...

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