Before the Lok Sabha elections, the then Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways Nitin Gadkari had laid the foundation stone for the 67.64 km long road in February. The work on this road was proposed to be started from June.
“A joint inspection will be conducted on June 26, in which a mock drill will be conducted to see whether the arrangements made for drainage of water are strong enough. If any spots remain for inspection even after the day, these will be considered on June 27,” the Deputy Commissioner said .
The court cited the failure of the state government in conducting a mandatory public hearing and not receiving prior environmental clearance from the Centre. It also based its judgement on major flaws in the project report submitted by a private consultant.
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The RTI had also asked for a copy of all correspondence of NHAI with Punjab government, Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways and any other concerned ministry or office regarding the names to be included in the foundation stone.
On August 9 this year, the World Tribal Day, members of the Birsa Munda Yuvak Mandal (BMYM) in Vansda taluka had announced that they would install the statue of Birsa Munda on the circle at Hanumanbari village cross road, a kilometer away from Vansda town.