Indian Railways to hand more than 71 sections of land in Patna to Bihar government
The Indian Railway Ministry today consented to hand over in excess of 70 sections of land of land to Bihar government, on installment of about Rs 220 crore, preparing for development of a 6-km long street in the state capital.
As indicated by Rajesh Kumar, Chief Public Relations Officer of the East Central Railway headquartered in Hajipur, “the service has concurred on a basic level endorsement” for giving more than 71.253 sections of land of land to the state endless supply of Rs 221.72 crore, “the estimation of land worked out by a revaluation panel tons of the Patna High Court”.
In an announcement, Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi expressed gratitude toward Railway Minister Piyush Goyal for the endorsement and said “I had met the Railway Minister just yesterday and asked for, for the second time in multi month, to take a choice on giving over the land to the Bihar government“.
He said after getting ownership of the land, through which a dead railroad line passes, it will be conceivable to build a street 6 km long and 30 meters wide.
The proposed street would realize better network between Digha, the city’s north-western outrageous, and “R Block” which is a short distance from various essential structures including the state Assembly, Sushil Modi said.