Chardham Yatra” Will Now be Safe and Easy After This Decision of Modi Government
Chardham's journey will now be much safer and easier than before. The central government has decided to secure the dangerous route of the travel route through the tunnel. Under this, a tunnel of four and a half km length and two lane will be constructed at a cost of 1383 crore. It will be built between Darshu and Yamunotri. It will also reduce the distance of travel by about 20 km. At the same time, the travel time will also be reduced by an hour. The construction of the tunnel will benefit the devotees going to Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri.
In the Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the proposal to build a tunnel on the Chardham yatra route has been approved. According to the plan, the proposed tunnel will be ready in four years. It will be constructed on NH-134 in Uttarakhand. The construction of the tunnel has been entrusted to the NHIDCL by Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. On the construction of the tunnel, the maximum benefit will be to the pilgrims visiting the Yamuna who will now be able to come here in any season. So far this winter is closed in the winter and rainy days. The incidence of avalanches increases rapidly in the rain. In such a way, those who go through the road are at risk every moment. 11661 crore gift to four states including Uttar Pradesh, Bihar Terminating the hopes of the Railway Budget, the Central Government has given a gift of 11661 crores to four states of the country, including Uttar Pradesh, Bihar. Under this, six railline projects have been approved in these states. Through this, the government has set a target of generating more than 211 lakh employment days in the states. This move of the government is being seen as a major initiative to increase employment.
The Union Cabinet's Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA), which approved the rail line projects on Tuesday, included Uttar Pradesh, Bihar along with Madhya Pradesh and Orissa. The Rail line projects that have been sanctioned include doubling and electrification of Khairar line from Jhansi-Manikpur and Bhimsen. Its length is about 425 km. The cost of this project is more than 4955 crores, it has also been decided to complete the year 2022-23. The construction of this railway line will benefit both Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.
Apart from this, doubling and electrification of about 1300 crore Bhatni-Oudihar railline connected to Uttar Pradesh has also been approved. Its length is about 116 km. It aims to be completed in 2021-22. This will benefit Mughalsarai, Varanasi, Ballia, Ghazipur and Mau. The CCEA has approved the 106 km long railway project between Muzaffarpur-Sugauli and Sakoli-Walmiki Nagar of 1381 crores connected with Bihar. Under this, doubling and electrification of these two railway lines will be done. During this time, the committee has also approved the 130 km long Jyapor-Malkangiri New Rail line Project at a cost of 2676 crores. It has been set to be prepared by the year 2021-22.