A conclusion to all controversies around Rourkela Brahmani bridge!
In the race of taking political mileage out of Muktikant’s challenging step to reach Delhi, today the NHAI has drawn the final line on this matter and we would all be able to expect that Muktikant’s fasting will be over at this point!
As per a recent report of NBMW & CW, the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has granted the second Brahmani River Bridge undertaking to Hyderabad-based GKC Projects at an investment of ₹381.75 crore.
The project in question, which is slated to be completed by November 2020, is a six-lane bridge with a total length of 29.1 km, Chief General Manager and Regional Officer of NHAI, Dharmananda Sarangi said, adding that the delay was largely due to forest clearance by the Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF).
The construction of six more bridges over Brahmani is currently underway in Bonai in Sundargarh, Barkot in Deogarh and Sarang in Dhenkanal and at three places in Jajpur district – Jajpur Road, Jenapur and Jarka will start very shortly.
Now the question is if the political drama will come to an end. Many believe that if the hype around bridge will even amid the execution time frame, then this will wind up straightforward for the people that how an orchestrated publicity made to focus on the Modi govt. and how to remove political preferred standpoint from Muktikant’s development, the man who challenged the best pioneer of the nation for the improvement of Rourkela!