CM Raje Approves INR 116 Crores for Fatehpur-Jhunjhunu via Mandawa NH11

Recently while addressing a Jan Samvad Program in Fatehpur, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje declared various developmental projects for the region. CM Raje said that the Rajasthan Government has approved the sanction of INR 116.31 Crores for the construction of Fatehpur-Jhunjhunu via Mandawa NH11.

This highway is going to be a 28-kilometer long stretch. Besides, the government will also fund the construction of NHI Fatehpur Bypass which will be carried out at the cost of INR 50 Crores.

Another project includes the establishment of a vehicular underpass at the cost of INR 4.68 Crores. This will not just to serve the interest of public residing in Fatehpur region but even the people living in 20 nearby villages will be benefitted with the construction.

CM Raje in Fatehpur Jan Samvad

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Besides, various other announcements were made by the CM. These include construction of CC road from NH-52 to Old Cinema Hall Fatehpur and drainage construction at INR 7.5 Lakhs, along with the widening and strengthening of road between Rolsabsar and Dhaandad at INR 3.70 Crores.

Moving on, she also instructed the authorities to construct a fence on the Fatehpur-Sikar Highway so that the entry of animals on the roads can be stopped. This would help in reducing the number of accidents that take place on the highway.

CM Raje Addressed Jan Samvad in Fatehpur
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She also instructed for sending proposals for the erection of diversions on the roads to benefit the people living in 18 nearby villages. The aim is to convert the forest area to an area with ample of facilities, thereby ensuring the convenience of the public.

CM Raje also held valuable discussions concerning the status of the Fatehpur’s cultural heritage and the condition of the local schools and colleges. She also inaugurated 10 Annapurna vans and met ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’ brand Ambassadors, whereby she distributed baby gift kits.

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