Patna. The administration has started working fast in the construction of elevated road in Danapur, Bihar. The compensation process for this is also going to start soon. After this, the work will be expedited by acquiring land. It is being told that the district administration has prepared an estimate of the area to be distributed from the farmers and the amount to be distributed through the bank account. After getting its approval by the end of this month, the work of giving compensation amount to the farmers will be started.
Giving information about the elevated road construction (Danapur Elevated Road), the departmental officials said that the road construction department will give the amount next month for the land acquisition of the district administration. With the payment in the bank account of the land owners, the district administration will get the right to take possession of the land. At the same time, it is being told that the target is to complete the work by the end of this.
According to reports, land will be provided by the district administration to NHAI in January to start the construction work of Danapur Bihta Four Lane Elevated. NHAI has also started the work of preparing the DPR.
After the construction of the elevated road, people will be able to cover the distance from Danapur to Bihta in just 20 minutes. Now its distance is 20 kms. In present times, people here have to struggle for hours due to heavy jams and many turns, especially during the time of marriage, there is a long jam here.
The distance from Danapur to Bihta is about 20 kilometers. People will be able to cover its distance in 20 minutes. At present, due to jams and sharp turns, one has to struggle for hours. Especially at the time of marriage, there is a long jam.
The present four-lane highway between Danapur and Bihta has three diversions. The reason for this is the dense population on both sides. Elevated road is being taken out from outside these villages. For which the land acquisition process is going on so that vehicles can be operated at high speed.
FIRST PUBLISHED : November 17, 2021, 13:50 IST