In order to strengthen the road network in three districts such as Rewari, Gurugram and Sonipat, the Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday given an in-principle approval for taking up the improvement or construction of roads with a total length of 136.68 kilometer (KM) under the National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) loan assistance.

An official spokesperson said that NCRPB, New Delhi provides loan assistance for infrastructure projects in the National Capital Region (NCR). The CM has also accorded administrative approval of Rs 40 Lakh for the preparation of Detailed Project Reports of these road projects through approved consultants by inviting competitive online biddings, said the spokesperson.

It was added that the roads of Rewari and Gurugram circle to be taken up for improvement or construction under NCRPB loan assistance included Rewari-Shahjanpur road having length of 21 KM, Rewari-Bawal road having length of 9.31 KM, Rewari-Bawal road of 1.75 KM and Kund-Khol-Mandola road of 18.82 KM in Rewari district.

Similarly, the other roads included are Tauru-Sarai road up to Kota Khandewala having length of 12.20 KM, Punhana-Shikrawa road of 9.83 KM, Gohana-Shikrawa road of 11.87 KM and Punhana-Kot road of 11.30 KM in Nuh district, new road from Gurugram-Faridabad road from Bandhwari Damping Station to Damdama Tourist Complex, Sohna of 15.7 KM and widening and strengthening of Wazirpur Farrukhnagar road of 7.60 KM.

Similarly, the road in Sonipat circle which would be taken up for widening and strengthening under NCRPB loan assistance included road from Sonipat to Ganaur via Kami Lalheri in Sonipat district, added the spokesperson.