The state authorities has launched funds for the event works to be undertaken in Prayagraj as a part of the preparations for the mega non secular honest Mahakumbh in 2025. The occasion which takes place as soon as each 12 years will kick off on the sandy banks of Sangam on January 13, 2025.
District officers mentioned ₹356.26 crore had been sanctioned for 23 projects and a authorities order on this regard was issued. Within the first instalment, the federal government has launched ₹108.35 crore to kickstart the projects, they added.
Confirming the event, Mahakumbh Mela Adhikari Vijay Kiran Anand mentioned 23 projects within the metropolis received the nod from the state authorities, which has additionally launched the primary tranche of the funds.
Among the many improvement works for which the funds have been sanctioned are riverfront-type roads, the widening of the stretch close to SRN Hospital and the development of a concrete culvert on a drain in Mansaita.
The utmost allocation was given to eight works to be undertaken by the Irrigation Division, which incorporates the development of riverfront-type roads.
An quantity of ₹2.5 crore has been launched for a 900-meter slope pitching and widening on the left aspect of the Yamuna River. One other key venture is the interlocking work from Nagvasuki Temple to Dashashwamedh Ghat Ganga trisection to stop erosion for which the primary installment of over ₹4.74 crore out of the wanted ₹18.95 crore has been launched.
Equally, a sum of round ₹9.88 crore, out of the required ₹39.51 crore, has been launched for the interlocking work on the 2700-meter stretch from Kali Trisection to Chhatnag.
For interlocking works on a 3,800-meter stretch from Amitabh Bachchan Pulia to Nagvasuki Join Street, ₹61.44 lakh has been launched out of the wanted ₹15.36 crore.
Equally, an quantity over ₹6.8 crore out of the required ₹27.25 crore has been launched for the 1350-meter interlocking to be undertaken from Outdated GT Street to Garib Das Ashram, and over ₹5.8 crore for the interlocking between Daraganj Trisection to Shastri Bridge.
Furthermore, round ₹6.1 crore out of the sanctioned ₹24.3 crore has been launched for a four-kilometre highway from Rasulabad Ghat to Gangeshwar Mahadev.
The Public Works Division and the UP Bridge Company have additionally obtained approval for two projects. The widening of Mansaita drain bridge on Phaphamau-Sahso-Hanumanganj highway has been sanctioned ₹20.99 crore, out of which the primary installment of ₹5.25 crore has been launched. Equally, the widening of the ROB connecting platform number one to 4 at Phaphamau railway station has been sanctioned ₹13.92 crore; ₹3.48 crore has been launched within the first tranche.
13 roads managed by the Prayagraj Growth Authority (PDA) too have been authorized a funds of over ₹166 crore. Within the first installment, they got ₹44.72 crore.
Funds launched for highway widening and building
₹2.75 crore launched out of ₹10.98 crore sanctioned for the widening of 1.67 km lengthy Naini Kharkoni to Arail highway.
₹3.22 crore launched of ₹12.87 crore sanctioned for widening of 1.10 km highway from Jhunsi bus stand to Ganga
₹3.06 crore launched out of ₹6.12 crore sanctioned for the 950-meter highway from Jhunsi Lotus Hospital to Katka
₹4.36 crore launched out of ₹8.72 crore sanctioned for the widening of 1.250 km highway from Teliarganj Sangam Vatika to Rasulabad Ghat
Over ₹1.80 crore launched out of ₹3.60 crore sanctioned for 380-meter highway from SRN Hospital to Mahatma Gandhi Marg
₹2.84 crore launched out of complete sanctioned ₹5.68 crore for 674-meter-road from ADA Mode in Naini to ADA Colony.
₹5.23 crore launched out of ₹10.45 crore sanctioned for the stretch from ADA Colony in Naini to Arail Ghat
₹3.95 crore launched out of ₹7.89 sanctioned for 815-meter highway from the Outdated Yamuna bridge to the Leprosy Mission
₹7.70 crore launched out of ₹15.40 crore sanctioned for widening of 1.4 km highway from Azad Park Gate No. 6 to Sangam Petrol Pump
₹2.98 crore launched out of ₹5.96 crore sanctioned for the beautification of the previous Yamuna Bridge.
₹2.80 crore launched out of ₹11.19 crore sanctioned for the widening of highway from COD crossing to Chheoki railway station on Mirzapur freeway thousand.
₹2.20 crore launched out of ₹4.40 crore sanctioned for the 2200-meter highway from Shantipuram Sector 1 to Bela Cachar