HRIDC to construct rail project worth over Rs 220 Cr on existing land

By Accommodation Times Bureau


Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar  Lal, giving in-principle approval to the project, decks have been cleared for the construction of Elevated Railway Line in Kurukshetra city on Kurukshetra-Narwana Railway Line to decongest the traffic in the holy city.

The construction of this elevated track would be undertaken by the Haryana Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation (HRIDC) at a cost of Rs 224.58 crore. Out of the total project cost, an amount of Rs 100 crore is to be shared by Ministry of Railways. The elevated railway track would do away with five level crossings in the city, reducing traffic jams.

While stating this here today, an official said that this would be the second Elevated Railway Line in the State since the Chief Minister Manohar Lal recently launched the country’s first elevated railway track project over the Rohtak-Gohana-Panipat section of the railway track in Rohtak city being constructed at a cost of Rs 315.71 crore.

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