Prepare a list of babus and agencies who obstruct work, PM Modi said on delay in projects


Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while reviewing the infrastructure related schemes, ordered on Wednesday that those babus and agencies should be identified, due to which the projects are pending. During the 37th Pragati meeting, PM Narendra Modi ordered the Cabinet Secretary to prepare a dossier, in which details about which projects are pending and what are the reasons. Apart from this, he has also asked to identify such babus and agencies, who are responsible for the delay in work. During the meeting, PM Modi also talked about the Urban Extension Road-2 being built in Delhi.

In this meeting, the PM ordered the officials of the National Highway Authority of India that the work on it should be completed by August 15, 2023. It is also being called the third ring road of Delhi. PM Narendra Modi said these things during the Pragati meeting. They review the ongoing work on infrastructure projects during in progress meetings. According to NHAI, this 75.71 km project will facilitate connectivity between Delhi’s Dwarka to Delhi-Chandigarh highway. Last week, the Delhi government has approved the transplantation and cutting of trees for this project. Now by the end of September, the tender for this project can be issued by NHAI.


Instructions given to states to expedite the preparation of oxygen plants

During the meeting, PM Narendra Modi also inquired about the oxygen plants being built in the states. He asked the Chief Secretaries of the states to expedite the work of oxygen plants. He said that our target is that every bed in the hospital should have oxygen supply. PM Narendra Modi has often been showing strict attitude towards timely completion of projects. In the past too, he has told the officials many times that any work should be done within the fixed deadline.

PM Modi angry over railway project being stuck for 12 years

Sources say that PM Narendra Modi expressed this displeasure over the delay in the railway project connecting Bhanupuli, Bilaspur and Bari in Chhattisgarh. The project was started in 2008 and was estimated to cost 2,000 crores. Now it has increased to close to Rs 6,000 crore.


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