Lucknow Delhi Highway Contract Can Be Canceled. – Lucknow: Lucknow-Delhi highway contract may be canceled, work is going on very slowly, decision will be taken within a week

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Lucknow

Published by: ishwar ashish
Updated Tue, 14 Sep 2021 11:18

Summary

The pace of construction of Lucknow-Delhi highway is not as expected. In view of this this tender is liable to be cancelled.

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has taken a tough stand on the slow progress of Lucknow-Delhi Highway (NH-30). NHAI Regional Officer Abdul Basit said that the progress of construction of the highway is not up to the expectations.

If the contractor does not show speed in the work immediately, the tender may be cancelled. After taking a decision on this within a week, the work can be entrusted to any government agency.

The 157 km stretch of the highway between Sitapur and Bareilly is very bad. Amar Ujala is continuously publishing it prominently. The construction of this road was to be completed by March 2021, but till now the progress of work is only 40 percent.

Even if we look at the extra time till December due to Kovid, there should be more than 70 percent progress by now.

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The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has taken a tough stand on the slow progress of Lucknow-Delhi Highway (NH-30). NHAI Regional Officer Abdul Basit said that the progress of construction of the highway is not up to the expectations.

If the contractor does not show speedy work immediately, the tender may be cancelled. After taking a decision on this within a week, the work can be entrusted to any government agency.

The 157 km stretch of the highway between Sitapur and Bareilly is very bad. Amar Ujala is continuously publishing it prominently. The construction of this road was to be completed by March 2021, but till now the progress of work is only 40 percent.

Even if we look at the extra time till December due to Kovid, there should be more than 70 percent progress by now.

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