Rajasthan, the largest state of the country has developed a lot in the past 3 years under the leadership of the chief minister Rajasthan. CM Vasundhara Raje claimed that Rajasthan government has spent Rs 10,600 crore on construction of roads. Now the NHAI, National Highways Authority of India has awarded a project in Rajasthan worth Rs 895 crore to Larsen & Toubro.
Laresen & Toubro Awarded for Rajasthan Road Project Worth Rs 895 Crore
“The NHAI has issued Letter of Award (LOA) for development of 4-laning of Bar-Bilara-Jodhpur section in Rajasthan under phase IV of National Highways Development Projects (NHDP) to Larsen & Toubro,” NHAI said in a statement.
Rajasthan government now has a project of 111 km section which connects the eastern part of the state – Ajmer and Jaipur to the western Rajasthan and border area (Jodhpur-Jaisalmer-Barmer). The project will cost Rs 895 crore.
“This is a major strategic route connecting Jodhpur as an important feeder route during war time. Four-laning of the section will permit smooth flow of military traffic as well as heavy commercial and domestic traffic. It will also facilitate transportation of mini.