Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay foundation stones of several projects costing Rs 10,166 crore during his visit to Sonepat on September 18.
These projects include 12-laning of NH-1 from Delhi to Panipat at a cost of Rs 2168 crore, Rs 2330-crore work on the pending Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) expressway and Rs 5,100-crore work on Kundli-Ghaziabad-Palwal eastern peripheral.
Giving this information at Sonepat on Saturday, Sonepat MP Ramesh Kaushik said that the Prime Minister will reach Sonepat at 11am and will address a public rally at the Education City.
He said that the inauguration of the above-mentioned three major road projects would not only give a boost to the economy of the state but also provide relief to people from long traffic jams.
He said that after the completion of these projects, Kundli town of Sonepat district would emerge as the big highway junction.
The MP said that all three projects would be completed within two-and-a-half years of the inauguration.
He also held a meeting with the officers of the National Highway Authority of India, Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) and owners of the construction units in the region.
Kaushik said that during the visit of the Prime Minister, he would also raise several demands of the people of Sonepat Lok Sabha constituency.
To a question, he said that the BJP was committed to fulfilling its poll promises and the efforts were on in this direction.