The Gurgaon-Chandu-Badli road having AIIMS-2 en route will be widened and upgraded from the existing two lanes to four lanes for Rs. 94 crore. The tendering process is on and will be completed by the Haryana State Road Development Corporation (HSRDC).
This was stated in a review meeting presiding over by Sanjeev Kaushal, principal secretary, public works department (building and roads), on Tuesday in Gurgaon. He said the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)-2 being set up at Badsa village in Jhajjar district falls on the 21-km stretch. "Since the outreach OPD of AIIMS has been functional in Badsa, the four-laning of the road will help patients," he said.
Kaushal ordered an inquiry into falling apart of 3-km road from Garhi Harsaru village to Chilana temple that was constructed recently.
He directed that the Palwal-Sohna-Rewari road be made pothole-free by October 20. He said the road was inspected and it was found that commuters were facing hardship due to numerous potholes. The principal secretary reviewed the progress of works announced by the chief minister.