Committee of 3 Supervising Engineers was formed to examine the proposal of this bridge
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab government led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann is continuously working for the development of the state's infrastructure. Giving this information, Minister of Public Works of Punjab, Harbhajan Singh ETO said that two railway overpasses will be constructed at a cost of Rs 88.94 crores to make traffic in Bathinda city more efficient.
Answering a question asked by MLA Jagrup Singh Gill during the Legislative Assembly session today, the Public Works Minister said that Rs 50.86 crore will be spent on the construction of the railway over bridge to be built at Janta Nagar Bathinda. He said that the work of this bridge will be started and completed within 3 years as per the budget provision of the financial year 2023-24.
Giving information about Multania Bridge, Harbhajan Singh ETO said that a committee of 3 supervising engineers was formed to examine the proposal of this bridge, after receiving their report, this project is under the consideration of the government. He said that the construction of this bridge will be started soon. This bridge will be constructed within the stipulated time of 3 years at a cost of Rs 38.08 crore.
The Public Works Minister further informed that during the construction of these bridges, alternate arrangements will be made to keep traffic flowing smoothly and people will not be inconvenienced. He said that during the construction, the traffic will be kept moving through the railway over bridges built on Amarpura Basti and Bathinda Badal Ghuda Road.