CM gives another development gift to the residents of Rohtak City
On the occasion of Diwali, Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal, through video conferencing, dedicated the Sant Namdev Ji two-lane Railway Overbridge, Samapar Sankhya-60 (Kacha Beri Road) to the public. This newly constructed ROB, built with a budget of more Rs. than 47 crore, has a length of 1150 metres and a width of 7 metres.
With this inauguration, the Chief Minister fulfilled a demand that had been pending for years, providing relief to the city residents from traffic congestion on this road.
Addressing the people at the inauguration ceremony, he said that special emphasis was given by the central and state governments in the past 9 years to enhance infrastructure facilities.
The newly constructed ROB is named after the great saint Sant Namdev Ji Maharaj, aiming to inspire everyone passing through it with his teachings and messages. Sant Namdev Ji translated scriptures such as the Bhagavad Gita, Ramayana, and Mahabharata into Marathi, making a significant contribution to the spread of knowledge, said Sh. Manohar Lal.
He further said that during the present state government’s tenure, 62 railway overbridges have been constructed in the state at a cost of Rs. 1151 crore, and work is going on 50 ROBs.
The state has seen extensive road network development, with 20 new national highways announced, completion of work on 8 national highways, and work in progress on 12 national highways, said the Chief Minister.
He said that the Rapid Rail project, with an investment of Rs. 70 thousand crore, will provide facilities on the Delhi-Panipat route in the first phase.
The inauguration event was attended by Member of Parliament, Dr. Arvind Sharma, and former Minister, Sh. Manish Grover.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Arvind Sharma lauded both Centre and State Governments and said that under the leadership of Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi and Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal, the double-engine government has fulfilled the long-standing demand of the people, providing Diwali gifts to the residents of various villages and colonies.
He further stated that the ROB is named after Sant Namdev Ji Maharaj, and it reflects the government’s effort to bring the teachings and messages of saintly figures to the common people.
Dr. Arvind Sharma further highlighted that during the present tenure of central and state governments, 60 railway overbridges have been constructed in the state. The first phase of the Rapid Metro project, with an approved extension to KMP, is underway. The Rohtak-Meham-Hansi railway line has been completed, and approval has been granted to connect Jhajjar to Delhi by rail, he said.
Mayor, Sh. Manmohan Goyal, Deputy Commissioner, Sh. Ajay Kumar and other officers and dignitaries were present at the event.