Drainage work started here in the capital, Deputy CM Diya Kumari will lay the foundation stone of the project

Jaipur : To solve the problem of waterlogging on Sikar Road, a drainage system will be prepared at a cost of 36.62 crores. The work of the drainage project will start from Tuesday. Deputy Chief Minister Diya Kumari will lay the foundation stone of the project. If JDA officials are to be believed, the work of the drainage system will be completed by June next year. Under this project, a new drain will be constructed from Murlipura to Dravyavati river. JDA has issued work orders of 26.52 crores for the drainage system. In the first phase of the Sikar Road Drainage Project, a drain will be constructed on the eastern side of Sikar Road at a cost of 16.09 crores and on the western side of the road at a cost of 20.53 crores. In the second phase, drains will be constructed from VKI via Central Spine in Badi-Kheda and Murlipura at a cost of 19.21 crores. In the third phase of this project, a drain will be constructed behind the bypass road and Khaitan hospital at a cost of Rs 13.29 crore.

These projects also got green signal

Four lane over bridge at Nadi Ka Phatak at a cost of Rs 86.89 crore under Setu Bandhan Yojana.
RUB between Sitawali Gate and Bainad Gate at a cost of Rs 14.37 crore.
Construction of service lanes on both sides of the highway from Road No. 14 to Todi Mor, underpasses at Neend Mor and Todi Mor at a cost of Rs 200 crore.
Construction of 8 high reservoirs at a cost of Rs 15 crore under Bisalpur scheme.
Pipelines will be laid in various wards for Rs 60 crore.