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3500 kilometers of roads, 40 new bypasses and ring roads will be built in UP, see the list of works in the districts

UP News: Union Road and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said that roads will be built in Uttar Pradesh by 2025. There are many projects completed and nothing left to do. Some projects have already started and some are being started. He was given the list of roads to be built in the next two years in Uttar Pradesh, which are from BAP area of ​​Jaunpur. A short film was also shown on the streets.

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The Kalamkar News, Uttar Pradesh: Union Minister said that 3500 km of roads will be built in Uttar Pradesh from 2024 to 25 at a cost of Rs 80 thousand crores. Its DPR has been completed. Chalis Bypass and Ring Road will be constructed in the state alone at a cost of Rs 41 thousand crore. 

He said that after the completion of these projects, traffic in the city will become easier and the problem of traffic jam will end. He said that construction of roads will speed up the development of the area. 

Construction of good roads will save time in traffic, save fuel and increase the operational efficiency of vehicles. To promote tourism, boost employment opportunities and relieve the city from traffic jams. 

During this, the Union Minister also mentioned the roads connecting Jaunpur, Azamgarh, Prayagraj, Ayodhya, Varanasi, Gorakhpur and other districts. He was told that the 1100 km project from Varanasi to Lumbini has been completed. More projects will be completed soon. Also told about the roads built in Mumbai.

On the demand of public representatives, Road and Transport Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari gave permission to complete two projects at a program at BRP Inter College. He said that repair of roads in Mungarabadshahpur city and service lane towards City Station Overbridge will also be completed soon. 

Girishchandra Yadav, Minister of State, Sports and Youth Welfare Department, announced the completion of the work on the demand of constructing a service road from Polytechnic Square to City Station Road and improving the inner city roads in Mungarabadshahpur.

Cabinet Minister Nitin Gadkari was welcomed by Minister of State for Sports and Youth Welfare Girishchandra Yadav with Angavastram and memento. 

The Union Minister has made efforts to connect the country with better roads, said Rajya Sabha MP Seema Dwivedi. Under the leadership of the Prime Minister, good roads are being built across the country, which is benefiting everyone.