In the coming days, a network of roads will be laid in Bihar. This is to say of Union Minister of State for Road Transport and Transport Nitin Gadkari. Lok Sabha MP and BJP State President Sanjay Jaiswal, in response to a question, on Thursday, the Union Minister said that after two years, Patna can be reached from Delhi in 6 hours. For this, the work of construction of roads is going on under Bharatmala project and PM Gati Shakti Yojana.
Road to be built under Buddhist circuit for 20 thousand crores.
Shri Gadkari said that work is underway to develop a four-lane national highway of about ₹ 20,000 under Buddhist circuit in Bihar. Ram Janaki Marg has also been added to this. Under this, work is underway on a plan of Rs 2200 crore to connect the old NH-82 with a length of about 92 km by becoming a four-lane road from Bodh Gaya to Rajgir Nalanda and Bihar Sharif.
The construction of these roads is also going on.
The minister said that the Patna-Vaishali-Rampur-Khajurawan road is about 120 kms. The DPR of this project costing Rs 2100 crore is being prepared.
Khajuria UP Bihar Border Kushinagar NH-27 in Rampur has been made fourlane in a length of about 157 km at a cost of about 1200 crores. The old NH-31 from Bihar Sharif to Bakhtiyarpur in a length of about 30 km is being built four lane at a cost of 1400 crores.
He said that all the sites from the birth of Mahatma Buddha to Parinirvana have been linked to the Buddhist circuit. Do Buddhists apply from Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Malaysia for philosophy.