Indore: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is going to give a big gift to the state's financial capital Indore today. Today, the foundation stone of the six-lane flyover will be laid on Friday (September 2). At the same time, at 2:30 pm, Shivraj will perform Bhoomi pujan, for this, five intersections have been identified by Indore Development Authority, CM will be in Indore till 3:50 pm.
Earlier, CM Chouhan will attend a programme located near Abhay Prashal. Along with this, street vendors will go to regional parks to participate in the conference of beneficiaries under the scheme. At 2:30 pm, CM Chouhan will perform Bhoomi pujan of the 6-lane flyover. Bhoomi Pujan will be performed at Bhawarkuan and Khajrana Chauraha, including Luv Kush Chauraha in Indore. Not only this, a 716-meter long bridge is to be prepared at Luv Kush Square, this bridge will be built at a cost of Rs 66 crore 51 lakh. For this, the responsibility of the contract has been entrusted to Agroha Infrastructure, while the deadline for completion of the work has been fixed at 18 months.
A 716-meter-long bridge is to be built at Luv Kush Chauraha in Indore. In the past, CM Chouhan had talked about building flyovers at 11 intersections in the city, out of which five have been selected. In addition to Luv Kush Square, flyovers will be prepared at Bhanwarkuan Square, Khajrana Square, Footi Kothi and Mhow Naka. With the construction of the same six-lane flyover, the movement of vehicles for the super corridor from Indore and Ujjain will be facilitated. Also, there will be better access to go to the airport, super corridor and other places from Ujjain. In fact, there is a movement of more than one and a half hundred buses between Indore and Ujjain, in such a situation, all these efforts are being made so that their movement becomes easy.