50 new electric buses to boost public transport facilities in Faridabad : Haryana CM
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Sunday that over the next year, development works worth Rs 2.5 thousand crore will be completed by the Faridabad Metropolitan Development Authority (FMDA). ), Faridabad. He announced that to bolster the city’s public transport infrastructure, 50 new electric buses would soon hit the roads.
“Any public development work raised by the local MP, MP, Councillors, Sarpanches, Panches or any other public representative will soon be secured,” Khattar told a public rally after the inauguration and laying of the first stone of the development projects carried out by FMDA over the past year.
The Chief Minister said construction of new roads between Faridabad and Noida is an important project in these development works. To connect eastern and western parts of Faridabad city, link roads comprising two underbridges will soon be constructed at a cost of Rs 300 crore, he said, adding that 12 new rain wells will be installed and the operation of 64 old tube wells. will be reviewed to ensure a clean drinking water system in the city.
Construction of the road from Faridabad to Jewar Airport would also be started soon which will benefit the citizens of Faridabad. A new bus station with state-of-the-art facilities will be built in Sector 61, he added.
The Chief Minister said that Gurugram in Faridabad are the most revenue generating districts in the state and development works in these towns will be prioritized. Many other cities including Hisar, Panchkula, Sonipat, Rohtak are also expanding and the government is also paying constant attention to the development of these cities, he added.
At the same time, the Chief Minister clarified that no laxity will be tolerated in the development works of the city. “Some culpable officials have been identified and strict action will be taken against those implicated in such wrongdoing in the future,” he said.
Khattar added that a special campaign has also been launched in the state against gangsters and those involved in malicious tactics.
The Chief Minister added that after constituting FMDA to ensure dynamic development in Faridabad, there is no need to send files to Chandigarh for approval of development works in Faridabad. “FMDA is continuously working for the development of Faridabad, the results of which will soon be available to the public. Many development projects will be launched in Faridabad by FMDA in the coming times,” he said.