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Rs 70 Crore Sanctioned for Road Repairs

Tenders have been finalised for 24 works taken up under phase1

Published: 03rd February 2014 10:29 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd February 2014 10:29 AM   |  A+A-

As many as 325 works under corporators’ budget (`50 lakh each) for road repairs in their respective divisions, costing total `69.83 crore, have been sanctioned, along with another 297 desiltation works in 24 engineering divisions at a cost of `21.18 crore, and tenders have been invited for all the works, GHMC mayor M Majid Hussain has said.

Meanwhile, tenders have been finalised for 24 works taken up under phase-1 of BT road repairs at a cost of `11.85 crore and tenders have been called for six more works costing `2.56 crore, he said.

Under the Comprehensive Road Development Plan (CRDP), as many as 67 works had been sanctioned at a cost of `314.71 crore, which are at different stages of completion.

The GHMC has sanctioned 13 Multi-Skill Development Centers (MSDC) and planning to construct total 70 km  length of compound walls for 385 open spaces at a cost of `49 crore, he said.

GHMC commissioner Somesh Kumar said the corporation is developing a database of all the properties of GHMC in order to make it public.

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