Common people will get relief from waterlogging on Sikar Road, solution will be found soon

Jaipur : The proposed project to get rid of waterlogging on Sikar Road of the capital and more than one crore square meter catchment area on both sides of it is going to start. Deputy Chief Minister Diya Kumari will lay the foundation stone of this project costing about sixty crore rupees on June 25 at 12 noon. There is a problem of waterlogging every time due to heavy rains on Sikar Road of the capital. In heavy rains, rainwater fills up to four to five feet from Delhi Bypass to Chaumun culvert. With the aim of getting rid of this problem, during the previous Congress government, JDA had given a work order to PD Kaur on July 31 last year to prepare a detailed project report. The DPR of the project has been prepared. During the inspection of the Jhotwara Elevated Road Project, Deputy Chief Minister Diya Kumari instructed JDA officials to work on this project soon. The first phase tender was approved in the executive committee meeting held recently under the chairmanship of JDA Commissioner Manju Rajpal. After this, JDA has issued a work order to the selected firm. With this project, people of three hundred colonies including Vidyadhar Nagar and Murlipura on both sides of Sikar Road will get relief from the problem of water logging. Along with this, lakhs of drivers who pass through this road daily will also get relief. First of all, let us tell you how the work will be done in this project.

-This project will be completed in three phases
-Work will be started under a total of seven packages in these three phases
-In this project, drainage will be constructed on both sides of Sikar Road
-All the rainwater from this drainage will be released directly into the Dravyavati river
-For this, an underground drain will be constructed on Ambabari Road
-Package one and two have been included in the first phase
-Packages three and four have been included in the second phase
-In the third phase, work of packages five, six and seven has been included
-The first phase of work will commence with the laying of the foundation stone
-The first phase is targeted to be completed by June 2025 before the next monsoon
-After the completion of the first phase, there will be no problem of water logging on Sikar Road
-After completion of second and third phase, Murlipura on both sides of Sikar Road
-And Vidyadhar Nagar and nearby colonies will get relief from the problem of rain water logging

A total of seven packages are proposed in this project costing more than Rs 60 crore. In these different packages, drainage will be constructed to deal with the problem of rainwater logging in the main Sikar Road and the area on both sides of Sikar Road. This project, which will be implemented in three phases, will have a separate tender for each phase. The tender for the first phase has been approved by JDA. In the first phase, drainage work will be done on the main Sikar Road in entire package one and two. Let us tell you what work will be done in which package.

-In package one A, drainage will be constructed from bypass towards Sikar Road Vidyadhar Nagar to Khaitan Hospital
-In package one B, drainage will be constructed from Khaitan Hospital to Dravyavati river towards Sikar Road Vidyadhar Nagar
-In package 2A, drainage will be constructed from bypass towards Sikar Road Murlipura to Khaitan Hospital
-In package 2B, drainage will be constructed from Khaitan Hospital to Dravyavati river towards Sikar Road Murlipura
-The tender for these two packages included in the first phase has come about 23% less than the estimated cost of JDA
-In such a situation, JDA will spend Rs 26.52 crore in the first phase
-In Package 3, drainage will be constructed from VKI to Badi Kheda via Central Spine at a cost of Rs 9.57 crore
-In Package 4, drainage will be constructed from Central Spine to Badi Kheda at a cost of Rs 2.89 crore
-In Package 5, drainage will be constructed in Murlipura area at a cost of Rs 6.77 crore
-In Package 6, drainage will be constructed in Ajmer-Delhi bypass area at a cost of Rs 10.81 crore
-In Package 7B, drainage will be constructed in the area behind Khaitan Hospital at a cost of Rs 2.48 crore