Gurugram: On Monday, more than 50 structure were demolished including five farmhouses and four villas. The structures were demolished by HSVP( Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran) to clear the land for the proposed national highway.
The proposed national highway will link Dwarka Expressway and Gurugram Pataudi Rewari expressway. The work on the highway was put to a halt due to delay in the removal of structures coming in alignment of the 5 km road. As officials said, the highway will pass through the dividing roads of sector 88A and 88B, Sector 89A and 89B and sector 95A and 95 B. The highway -352B will start from 88A and 88B sectors on Dwarka expressway. It will then merge with Gurugram Pataudi Rewari expressway near Wazirpur village.
SDO JP Sharma said, “The demolition drive started at 11 am and continued till 44 pm The structures were coming in the alignment of the road so the drive was necessary. After acquiring the land, the owners were given the compensation by the authority, for which Monday’s drive saw no disruption.”
More than 50 structure ls demolished for 5 km stretch that will link the expressways:
The land for 46 km long Gurugram Pataudi Rewari expressway has already been acquired by the government of Haryana. Government has started paying compensation for the land acquired from 27 villages of Gurugram and Rewari districts by NHAI.
Nitin Gadkari is the union transport minister. On July 18, Nitin laid the foundation stone of the expressway project through a digital programme. . It is believed that the 46 km long expressway will cost upto Rs 1500 crore. Further, the highway is likely to be ready by December 2022. NHAI will execute the project. Under the project, there will be 99 culverts, one underpass for pedestrian and small vehicles, 12 small bridges, 13 underpasses, one ROB, and two flyovers.