According to NHAI officers, the preceding closing date of July 2021 for the Sohna Road mission couldn’t be met because of the Covid-19 pandemic-brought about lockdowns and ban on production to govern pollution
According to NHAI officers, paintings on Phase 2 of the Sohna Road, beyond Badshahpur and Sohna, is 70% entire even as the paintings on an extended avenue among Subash Chowk and Badshahpur is 55% completed. The new closing date turned into constant after the evaluation. (HT Archive)
The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) on Saturday set a June 2022 closing date for the 2 stages of the Sohna Road mission, after paintings turned into behind schedule because of the Covid-19 pandemic remaining year.
PK Kaushik, mission director, NHAI, who took over the mission remaining month, stated that the preceding closing date of July 2021 couldn’t be met because of the Covid-19 pandemic-brought about lockdowns and ban on production to govern pollution. “An evaluation of the paintings finished at the mission has been performed and we’ve set a brand new closing date of June 2022 to finish this paintings. All efforts could be made to make certain the mission is completed,” he stated.
The evaluate and next closing date revision come withinside the backdrop of Union shipping minister Nitin Gadkari directing officers to expedite paintings at the mission at some stage in a evaluate of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway.
According to NHAI officers, paintings on Phase 2 of the Sohna Road, past Badshahpur and Sohna, is 70% entire even as the paintings on an extended avenue among Subash Chowk and Badshahpur is 55% completed. “We will recognition on tracking the paintings and keep everyday conferences to make certain tempo of labor does now no longer sluggish down,” Kaushik stated.
The first a part of the project, throughout 21.sixty six kilometres, contains an underpass (Rajiv Chowk to Subhash Chowk) and an extended avenue (Subhash Chowk to Badshahpur). The 2d component entails the enlargement of a 12.72-kilometre avenue from Badshahpur to Sohna, so that it will contain the development of flyovers and underpasses at predominant crossings.