Two new rail and road projects involving a total investment of Rs.1,500 crore will be launched in Haryana on Sunday.
The projects include 68 kilometre long Hansi-Meham-Rohtak railway line costing Rs.500 crore and four lane of 99 km long Hisar-Rohtak section of National Highway to be constructed at a cost of Rs.1,000 crore. The rail route would have eight railway stations, four crossing stations and four halt stations. This road project will have two ROBs, underpass and 29-bus bays on both sides.
Union Railway Minister Mallikarjun Kharge would lay the foundation stone of the railway line while Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Oscar Fernandes would lay the foundation stone of highway project in the presence of Haryana Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda at Hansi.
A rally would also be organised on the occasion. MP from Rohtak Deepender Singh Hooda visited Anaj Mandi, Hansi on Saturday to see the preparations being made for the rally and issued necessary directions. Also, workers’ conferences were organised at Adampur, Mudhal, Narnaund, Barwala and Hisar for the success of the rally.