Gaur orders probe
INDUSTRIES AND Commerce Minister Babulal Gaur today ordered an inquiry into poor quality work of Misrod-Anand Nagar by-pass, which was constructed at the cost of Rs 19.5 crore. Several potholes have come up on this recently constructed road.
Gaur visited several areas of the City, including the construction work of main road from Aishbagh to Railway Station, four-lane Ayodhya by-pass, Yatayat Nagar and Misrod to Anand Nagar by-pass.
Divisional Commissioner K K Singh, Collector Sanjay Shukla and officials of Bhopal Municipal Corporation, Bhopal Development Authority, Capital Project Administration and Madhya Pradesh Housing Board were also present.
While visiting the Misrod- Anand Nagar by-pass road, Gaur expressed displeasure over the potholes on this road. He also told the Divisional Commissioner to carry out an inquiry into the matter.
This 14-km road was constructed by the HSCL with the condition that it would maintain road for three years. Gaur told the Principal Secretary, PWD, Padamvir Singh, to fix responsibility of officials and contractor for the poor condition of this road.
Gaur was also apprised of the progress of construction work of four lane road at Ayodhya by-pass. It was informed that the construction of this four-km long stretch of this road would be completed till June this year. This 16-km long Ayodhya by-pass is likely to be completed by December this year. The road is being constructed at cost of Rs 19 crore.
The Minister directed the officials to asphalt the service road along Raisen Road. Gaur directed the officials to speed up the construction work of road connecting Aisbagh Square to Main Railway Station.
The construction of this road would facilitate the residents of Anand Nagar, BHEL, Sonagiri, Ayodhya, Indrapuri and other areas. The construction of this road is likely to be completed by June this year.
The Minister directed the officials to complete the development of Transport Nagar within the time limit. During the visit, Gaur also expressed displeasure over the poor sanitation work in the City. The residents of some colonies registered their complaint in this regard. However, the BMC said that these colonies were not handed over to the BMC.