Work on Patna Metro has been Resumed From Today
Patna Metro : The work of Patna Metro was stalled for a long time due to the lock down, but work started again on Patna Metro from today.Work on the Patna metro will again take hold today so that by 2024, the people of Bihar and the people of Patna can enjoy the journey of the metro in Patna.
Construction of Patna Metro from today, 5 stations and depots to be built in first phase; Chief Minister will lay the foundation stone for 200 road-bridge of 4733 crore.
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will lay the foundation stone for 200 road and bridge construction schemes on Tuesday. He will also start the Patna Metro Rail Project. 696 crore in the first phase, two agencies got work. NCC is constructing elevated structure connecting five stations and depots for 553 crores while Quality Buildcon will build depot buildings, workshops and inspection sheds for 143 crores.
The total length of ISBT (Corridor No-2) track from Rajendranagar station is 14.5 km in the 30.91 km long Patna Metro Project. It will have five stations constructed between 8th and 14th kilometers. Khemnichak will be the inter change station of both corridors. Road Construction Minister Nandkishore Yadav said that these projects, with a total cost of Rs 4733 crore and 1649 km in length, included plans for about 34 districts of the state. It also includes the Mahuli Elevated / Eight Grade Project from Mithapur in Patna for Rs 1031 crore.
The foundation stone of many roads of Patna city will be
Many projects to strengthen the traffic system of Patna city will be laid. NH-30 to Beur Jail Hasanpura Chilbili Ganj under Punpun Dam, NH-30 to Hasanpura and Jayaprakash Nagar Path, Kadamkuan Bari Path to Thakurbari Road to Pataliputra Tiles Nala Road to Chauraha Nala and Path, Ashok Rajpath to Ramna Road From Bhikhana Pahadi, from Market Committee Chauraha to Railway Gumti Kumhara Road, Kankarbagh Road No. 2 to Ganga Devi College Raghunath Vidyalaya to Pataliputra Stadium to Road No. 4, from Kumharrar Bhagwat Milan Mandir to Chanakya Nagar, Jalalpur City to RPS Engineering. Construction of 14 schemes of Patna district including the path will now begin.
At the same time, 3199 crore (153 paths -1613 crore, 40 bridges-157 crore) of the road divisions of the Road Construction Department and 315 crore (2 paths-55 crore, 4 bridges-32 crore) of the bridge construction corporation were selected for the foundation stone. Has gone. The event will be done through video conferencing in the presence of Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi, City Development Minister Suresh Sharma.
State Cancer Center at IGIMS and Surgical Unit at PMCH to be operational
The State Cancer Center at IGIMS and the Surgical Unit at PMCH’s Central Emergency will be inaugurated by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday. The State Cancer Center has 100 beds. As well as PET CT, CT scan, MRI, all the pathological investigations will be available besides the linear accelerator. According to the medical superintendent Dr. Manish Mandal, fomentation will start for Bai Bhai Atelier Research Center with permission from Bhabha Atomic Research Center.
Dr. Mandal informed that Rs 138 crore has been spent in the construction of the center. Union Minister of State for Health Ashwini Kumar Choubey, Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, Vidhan Sabha Speaker Vijay Kumar Chaudhary, Health Minister Mangal Pandey, Road Construction Minister Nand Kishore Yadav, Principal Secretary of Health Department, Supriya Amrit etc. will be present at the inauguration. At the same time, the surgical unit in the Central Emergency of PMCH is ready.
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will inaugurate it on Tuesday. They will also lay the foundation stone for the Oxygen Generation Plant and Dialysis Unit to be built at PMCH. On Monday, Health Minister Mangal Pandey also inspected the facilities to be restored in the Central Emergency. With the revival of the newly constructed surgical facility, four more modular facilities will be available.
Patna: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will start the Patna metro project with video conferencing. Work will be done in front of ISBT located near Patna-Gaya Road. According to the information, the work of Patna Metro is being started by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited. After the commencement, the work of the alignment from ISBT to Malahi Pakdi will be started. DMRC has selected the company based on the tender for this element.
At the same time, the work of finalizing the tender is also being done for the construction of the element from Malahipakdi to Gandhi Maidan through Patna Junction and Patna Junction to Danapur Cantt. According to the information, Nagarjuna Construction Company ie NCC has got a tender to work from Patna Metro Primary Corridor Malahi Pakri to ISBT. This corridor is about 6.1 kilometers. In this, an elevated structure connecting five stations and depots is to be built at a cost of about 553 crores.
Corridor No-2 has a length of 14.5 km. Five stations are to be constructed under this package between the eighth to the 14th kilometer. Khemnichk is to be the interchange station of both corridors. Here, a proposal for land acquisition has also been prepared for the element of metro and the depot to be built in ISBT. Special land acquisition made for Patna Metro Rail Corporation, from the depo of Koshang to the road to the district collector from Koshang by preparing a blueprint of the land required for other routes. For the depot, 76 acres of land will be acquired from ISBT.
CM Nitish will inaugurate the first state cancer institute of Bihar today, to lay the foundation stone of a medical college in these three districts. On Tuesday, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will also lay the foundation stone of several schemes of water resources department including about 200 projects of road and bridge. This program will be conducted in a good way through virtual dialogue from 11:30 am. Sources said that the foundation stone of about 200 projects of road and bridge will be laid at a cost of Rs 4733 crore. This includes the elevated road from Mithapur in Patna to Mahuli Halt at a cost of about Rs 1030 crore.