The Nitish Kumar-drove Bihar government on Saturday turned out with a guide astute counter toward Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari’s claim that street, rail undertakings of more than Rs 2 lakh crores were stuck in the state due to non-accessibility of land.
The main clergyman’s secretariat, in an official statement, has fought Gadkari’s claim and said the state government was giving all conceivable help to guarantee opportune fulfillment of activities. The state government asserted that under the Prime Minister’s unique bundle, 82 street ventures worth Rs 54,700 crore were to be finished. Out of this, 24 ventures fall under National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) and the rest would be finished by the state street development office.
The vital secretary of Bihar’s street development division has said that out work on 47 was at that point in progress and offering process had begun for another 10. “Draft Project Report (DPR) of 25 ventures are being readied. Out of this, DPR of 18 ventures are to be set up by the state street development office, which would be sent to the focal service by August 31,” the announcement read.
The administration guaranteed that takes a shot at just four ventures had not begun due to non-consummation of land obtaining.
To the extent street development under Bharat Mala Yojna is concerned, the state government gave affirmation that the procedure of land obtaining would be finished once the focal service broadens a formal demand for it.
In a solid counter to the association serve, the state has said how on the demand of focal government the managerial cost for procuring land was decreased to five percent from 20 percent of the aggregate remuneration sum.
Instructions the press, Nitin Gadkari on Friday communicated his mistake over the moderate pace of work in Bihar saying, “I am not making any political remark against the Bihar government. I adore this state. In any case, in pragmatic terms by what means can work advance if arrive isn’t accessible?”
He felt free to stuck expectations on the recently delegated Bihar boss secretary Deepak Kumar saying his past stretch in NHAI may enable his service to speed up the task in coming days.