The Jharkhand government is to spend Rs 2,297 crore for construction of roads in the state. The State Chief Minister Hemant Soren has given his assent to this proposal. With the sum, about 500 km length of five bypass roads will be constructed. The road projects will be funded the Asian Development Bank, say media reports.
In Tamil Nadu, Walajabad and Uthiramerur in Kancheepuram area will get bypass roads to relieve the towns of traffic congestion, the State Highways Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami said recently. Moving the demands for the department in the Assembly, he said that Rs.14.50 crore has been sanctioned for the projects.