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Rs 1 thousand crore approved for Pune Ring Road land acquisition

Pune: To improve the traffic system of Pune city and campus, the state government has approved Rs 1,000 crore for the cost of land editing of the important ring road. Deputy Chief Minister and Guardian Minister Ajit Pawar has directed the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) to spend this provision by March.

In the recently concluded Vidhan Sabha session, a provision of Rs 1,000 crore was approved for the ring road of Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad city.

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Work will be done in two phases in East and West

The work of this ring road will be done in two phases, east and west. In the first phase, the work of ring road from Khed Shivpur to Urs (Maval) will be done in the western part. The Ring Road will pass through Maval, Mulshi, Haveli, Khed, Purandar and Bher taluks. The state government has entrusted the responsibility of land acquisition to the respective provincial officials. Divisional commissioners have been appointed as arbitrators to settle disputes related to land acquisition. In the first phase, Kelwade, Kanjle, Khopi, Kusegaon, Ranje, Rahatwade, Kalyan, Gherasinghgarh, Khasgaon, Maval, Vardade, Malkhed, Sanwadi Budruk, Sangroon, Bahuli, Katwadi, Marnewadi, Ambegaon, Urawade, Kasar Amboli, Ghat, Ambadwet, Ghatde, Ambadwet , Rehe, Kessewadi, Pimpleli, Pachche, Chandkhed, Bembed Ohole, Dhamane, Parandwadi, Urs etc. will be done in villages. The total length of this ring road is 172 km and width is 110 m. About 2300 hectares of land is required for this road. This ring road is estimated to cost Rs 14 thousand crore.

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