The construction of a 65-km ring road in Sangam city, with a budget of INR 7,048 crore, has gained momentum.
Pankaj Mishra, Project Director, NHAI, announced that the initial phase involves building a 29.8-km ring road in two years, from Sahson to Dandupur. As a result, over 5,000 farmers are currently in the process of relinquishing their land, with compensation being made available to them.
The ring road’s 29.8-km stretch will start from Dandupur (Rewa Road) and end at Sahson toll plaza (NH19), spanning 194 hectares of land. The government has allocated approximately INR 500 crore for land acquisition compensation, with around INR 300 crore earmarked for private landowners.
The project also includes the construction of a 3.2-km, six-lane bridge over the Ganga, beginning at Arail (Naini) and ending at Adhawa (Jhunsi).
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