Today in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone for the Ganga Expressway. The Prime Minister’s Office provided this information (PMO). According to a statement released by the Prime Minister’s Office, the Prime Minister’s vision inspired the development of this expressway to quickly connect the country. This expressway, which would be 594 kilometres long and six lanes, will cost more over Rs 36,200 crore to construct.
This expressway will begin near Meerut’s Bijauli village and end in Prayagraj’s Judapur Dandu village. Meerut, Hapur, Bulandshahr, and Amroha will all be served by this expressway. Pratapgarh will be reached via Sambhal, Badaun, Shahjahanpur, Hardoi, Unnao, and Rae Bareli via this expressway.
The Prime Minister’s Office has stated that when the expressway is completed, it will be the state’s longest expressway, connecting the state’s western and eastern areas.
On the Ganga Expressway, a 3.5-kilometer-long airfield would be built in Shahjahanpur. This airfield will let Air Force planes take off and land in an emergency. Aside from that, there is a plan to construct an industrial corridor alongside the freeway.
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Expressway 76 will be crossed. Land acquisition work is being accomplished quickly in this situation. According to the administration, 98 percent of the land has been acquired. “The road will stimulate industrial development, trade, agriculture, tourism, and other areas,” the Prime Minister’s Office said.
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