Haryana Metro: Effort To Take Metro Line Project To Sampla

 
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Haryana Metro: A very good news is coming for the residents of the city. Let us tell you that the extension of Metro Rail line from Bahadurgarh to Asoda has been approved. Work in this regard will also start soon. Rohtak Lok Sabha constituency MP Arvind Sharma had reached the office of senior BJP leader Bhim Singh Pranami in Bahadurgarh.

Talked about the development works done in the area during his tenure.

He met the officials of the new executive of BJP and directed them to take the public welfare schemes implemented on the lines of Prime Minister Modi to the beneficiaries. On this occasion, MP Arvind Sharma, while talking to journalists, also told about the development work done by the government in the area during his tenure.

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Effort to take metro line project to Sampla

Arvind Sharma said that approval has been given for the extension of metro rail line from Bahadurgarh to Asauda village. And its work is also going to start soon. MP says. That he is engaged in efforts to take this metro line project to Sampla. And this may also be possible in the next phase.

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Beneficiaries are getting direct benefits

Not only this, he said that metro work from Najafgarh to Dhasa Border will also start soon. He said that the benefits of many schemes being run by the Central Government are directly reaching the beneficiaries of Rohtak Lok Sabha constituency. Apart from this, he said that the reconstruction work of Bahadurgarh Metro Station is also going on at a very fast pace.

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Publish Date: February 08, 2024

Posted By Sunil

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