The state government will be sanctioning Rs 750 crore to build the Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU) campus in Nagpur.
Rs. 200 crore would be given soon to begin work on the first phase.
Currently, the MNLU is functioning from rented premises at Moraj Design and Decorator building on Wardha Road near Khapri. The university started its operations from 2016-17 and the second batch was admitted last year.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced this development while he was addressing the gathering in the stone laying ceremony of the Manish Nagar railway over bridge (RoB).
The flyover will join Ujjwal Nagar to Manish Nagar, along with a railway over bridge and underpass, on the Nagpur-Hyderabad section of National Highway 47.
On behalf of the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), Mahametro is constructing The RoB cum underpass.
CM also inaugurated the Beltarodi police station and Nagpur Peri-urban Water Supply Scheme of Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (MJP).
Fadnavis also announced a major development regarding the Nagpur airport in the same ceremony.
"Cargo operations would also start after the development of the airport. Nagpur would soon become one of the best airports in the country," he said.
Nitin Gadkari, who was also present in the ceremony claimed that all promises made to Nagpurkars have been fulfilled.
"Work is going on on Outer Ring Road, flyovers, railway over bridges (RoBs) and railway underbridges (RuBs) that had been announced by the government. More would be constructed as per needs of the city," he added.
Information Source: TOI
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