On Sunday, during the Bhoomi Poojan of Rs 2,700 crore developmental work in Kamptee area, Union transport Minister Nitin Gadkari restated that Nagpur Metro will be extended up to Kanhan.
Works worth Rs 1,528 crore will be done by National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), Rs 869 crore by state public works department (PWD) and remaining Rs 307 crore by local government. PWD has handed over the work to construct four lane cement road from Automotive Square to Kanhan, a railway overbridge (RoB) to link the Dragon Palace Temple, etc.
During the ceremony, Gadkari said,
"However, the Kamptee Municipal Council will have to collect garbage from the town and deposit it at seven or eight places from where the operator can lift it."
"We will donate it to a non-governmental organization (NGO), which will operate it free of charge for physically handicapped persons," he added.
Guardian minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule informed that MSEDCL will lay all underground cables to replace the overhead ones.
Information source: timesofindia