Yogi government will connect the places of exile route of Lord Ram with roads, this is the budget, know which places will be

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Highlights

  • Plan ready to connect roads to religious places
  • The sites of Ram Van Gaman Marg spread over a distance of 177 km will be added.
  • Rest places will be built on the way for the pilgrims

Road Infrastructure: In Uttar Pradesh, the Public Works Department (PWD) has prepared a major plan for roads connecting religious places. The Public Works Department has prepared an action plan to spend Rs 16,000 crore which is to be provided by the National Highways Authority of India for the development of road infrastructure in the state. Major portion of the fund will be used to promote religious cities like Ayodhya and Mathura. The spokesman said that Rs 4,000 crore has been specifically set aside for the development of Ram Van Gaman Marg.

The sites of Ram Van Gaman Marg spread over a distance of 177 km will be added.

The Ram Van Gaman Marg, spread over a distance of 177 km, will connect the places where Lord Rama spent time after leaving Ayodhya for 14 years of exile. According to the draft route map, PWD is going to connect Ayodhya with Pratapgarh, Prayagraj, Kaushambi before the route ends in Chitrakoot.

Rest places will be built on the way for the pilgrims

According to the spokesperson, the department is planning to build a resting place on the route for the pilgrims to stay. Similarly, Ram Janki Marg starting from Ayodhya and going to Janakpur in Nepal via Basti and Sant Kabir Nagar will be widened to four lanes with a budget of Rs 2,000 crore.

Two more religious projects will be made for widening the ’84 Kosi Parikrama’ route

There will be two more religious projects to widen and develop the ’84 Kosi Parikrama’ routes in Mathura-Vrindavan and Ayodhya. The PWD has received funds from NHAI for both the routes and will spend Rs 2,000 crore each on the two routes. A pedestrian walkway will be made on both the parikrama routes along the road. Trees will be planted at regular intervals and sheds and rest areas will be set up. All projects will be included in the list of National Highways within two to five years.

According to a government spokesperson, a bypass road to improve access to Balrampur with a budget of Rs 250 crore, bypass 2 in Amethi from a budget of Rs 200 crore, bypass 2 in Pratapgarh with a budget of Rs 150 crore has been planned. To monitor the progress and quality of road construction work, five new divisions (Ayodhya, Jaunpur, Siddharth Nagar, Sitapur and Agra) have been established, where senior engineers will be deputed.

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