Nitin Gadkari apologizes for the poor condition of the Mandla-Jabalpur highway stretch
The Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari, apologized for the poor condition of the Mandla-Jabalpur highway in Madhya Pradesh.
Gadkari said he is pained and has no reluctance in apologizing for a mistake he made during the inauguration of five road projects worth Rs 1,261 crore on Monday in Mandla. I am dissatisfied with the condition of the 63-kilometer stretch between Barela and Mandla on the Mandla-Jabalpur highway, which cost Rs 400 crore.
Additionally, the Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways stated that he had informed his officers to discuss the issue, suspend the project, and repair the previously completed work on the road. It is my sincere apologies for any problems you have encountered so far,” Gadkari stated.
Assuring Madhya Pradesh that there will be no shortage of funds, Gadkari also pledged to build roads worth Rs 6 lakh crore. Additionally, he requested that the state government expedite the process of acquiring land and obtaining environmental clearance.
In addition to Mandla, Gadkari announced eight road projects worth Rs 4,054 crore in Jabalpur. During the ceremony, 13 road projects totaling Rs 5,315 were inaugurated.