Haryana will be developed as a big trade centre for which a north-south corridor will be set up connecting Kotputli in Rajasthan with Ambala at a cost about Rs. 1,300 crore.
This was announced by Haryana public works (building and roads) minister Randeep Singh Surjewala after he laid the foundation of Bhagwan Parshuram Polytechnic at village Shergarh in district Kaithal.
He said the corridor would start from Kotputli and pass through Nangal Choudhry, Narnaul, Dadri, Rohtak, Jind, Kaithal and Ambala.
"These towns would be developed as trade centres after completion of this ambitious project," he said, adding that
Kaithal-Ambala road would also be widened at a cost of Rs. 350 crore.