Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday approved infrastructure development projects worth Rs 1393.57 crore for Gurgaon.
Hooda,who was presiding over the 32nd meeting of the sub-committee of the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA),said Gurgaon being a global city,massive investment was needed to improve its infrastructure.
The works which have been approved include construction of master roads across Agra Canal,master sewerage scheme for new Sectors 77 to 115 of Gurgaon-Manesar Urban Complex, constructing distribution mains for recycling water in Sectors 81 to 115 (Zone VII and VIII), master sewerage scheme for new Sectors 58 to 76 of Gurgaon-Manesar Urban Complex,master water supply scheme for Zone-III Urban Estate,and distribution mains to recycle water in Sectors 58 to 80,Urban Estate.
Other projects include strengthening of the existing 60-metre wide road from Rajiv Chowk to Badshapur Nallah and Sohna Road.
The development plan for water supply in Sectors 58 to Sector 115 include sewerage and recycling of treated waste water for use in irrigation,landscaping and toilets. This is the first time that a waste water recycling scheme will be implemented in the state.
The chief minister issued directions that in order to ensure quality and timely work,tenders should be invited from companies having technical knowhow and sound financial condition.
Hooda also directed HUDA authorities to complete all ongoing projects on time and asked them to take stern action against those responsible for delay in works. With a view to ensure that only quality material are used in all development works,Hooda said a third-party inspection should be carried out to ensure transparency.
The chief minister also approved development works worth Rs 456 crore for Faridabad,worth Rs 29.02 crore for Rohtak,Rs 29.42 crore for Hisar,and Rs 15.29 crore for Kurukshetra among others.