Sunday channelled numerous new beams of improvement on the city as Patna got its much anticipated Patna Metro rail venture which was guaranteed long back by the local government. In mid of the city which is administering the economy strong, Rail metro venture was introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi who established the framework in Barauni, Begusarai locale of Bihar. This task is worth over Rs 13,400 crores.
While squeezing the remote in the capacity, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated,
“I compliment the general population of Patna, on the grounds that Pataliputra (the old name of Patna) is currently associated with the metro rail.”
Patna Metro rail venture is being produced with regards to the future needs of the general population and the metro tasks will give new speed to Patna city, he included.
Patna Metro rail undertaking will be claimed and worked by Patna Metro Rail Corporation. It will be a two passageway of the metro venture which incorporates Danapur and Patna Junction as one hallway and Mithapur and sidesteps chowk as other. The length of Danapur to Mithapur passage is 16.94 km, which is generally underground (11.20 km) and halfway lifted (5.48 km) and contains 11 Stations (3-Elevated and 8-Underground.
The current populace of 26.23 lakh of Patna agglomeration territory is relied upon to be profited by Patna Metro Rail Project straightforwardly and in a roundabout way.
Nitish Kumar, boss priest of Bihar who imparted the dais to PM Modi stated,
“The Center and the express each will bear 20 per cent expense of the Rs13,365-crore Patna Metro rail venture and the rest sum will be financed through credit. The 31.39-km Metro undertaking will be finished in the following 3-5 years”, thinking about it as an achievement for the Bihar’s advancement.
The local locations along this Metro Rail passage will be colossally profited by this undertaking, as the general population of these zones will probably go on trains from their very own neighbourhoods to achieve diverse territories of the city helpfully.
Patna Metro rail venture Details:
The Project will be finished in five years.
Danapur Cantt to Mithapur hallway will go through the core of the city and associate thickly populated regions Raza Bazar, Secretariat, High Court, Law University Railway Station.
Patna Jn. to ISBT hallway will associate Gandhi Maidan, PMCH, Patna University, Rajendra Nagar, Mahatma Gandhi Setu, Transport Nagar and ISBT.
The Metro will give Eco-accommodating and economical Public Transport to occupants, suburbanites, mechanical specialists, guests and explorers.
Patna Metro Project Highlights:
The length of Danapur to Mithapur hallway is 16.94 km, which is generally underground (11.20 km) and halfway hoisted (5.48 km) and involves 11 Stations (3-Elevated and 8-Underground).
The length of Patna Station to New ISBT hallway is 14.45 km, which is generally lifted (9.9 km) and mostly underground (4.55 km) and involving 12 stations (9-Elevated and 3-Underground).
The prime minister also inaugurated the first phase of River Front Development Project for 16 rivers in Bihar and the Patna City Gas Distribution project.
Taking shift to the Medical and health services, PM laid the foundation stone for medical colleges at Chhapra and Purnea and also for the upgradation of the government medical colleges at Bhagalpur and Gaya. Prime Minister also said that work is going on for establishing another All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in the state besides the existing one in Patna.
Putting the cleanliness forth, Modi laid the foundation stone for the Karmalichak Sewerage Network spanning 96.54 km. Works related to sewage treatment plants at Barh, Sultanganj and Naugachia were also accelerated by the PM.
To ensure the adequate robust in the sewage networks and water supply for urban transformation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for 22 Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) projects at various locations of the state.
The prime minister said his government was giving a lot of importance to connectivity.
He said that the central government has worked on its two visions — infrastructure development and providing basic amenities to those who had been struggling for these for the past 70 years.
At the function, PM flagged off the Ranchi-Patna AC Weekly Express and inaugurated the electrification of railway lines on the Barauni-Kumedpur, Muzaffarpur-Raxaul, Fatuha-Islampur and Bihar sharif-Daniawan sectors.
Other than that, prime minister inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of a number of projects in the oil and gas sector and said they will significantly augment the availability of energy in Patna city and the region.
PM Modi inaugurated the Phulpur-Patna stretch of the Jagdishpur-Varanasi Natural Gas pipeline and laid the foundation stone for extending the Paradip-Haldia-Durgapur LPG pipeline from Durgapur to Muzaffarpur and Patna.
He laid the foundation stone of the 9 million metric tonne atmospheric vacuum unit (AVU) of the Barauni Refinery Expansion Project, the Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF) Hydrotreating Unit (INDJET) at Barauni Refinery and also the Ammonia-Urea Fertilizer Complex at Barauni. The projects will also boost fertilizer production, and significantly enhance medical and sanitation facilities in Bihar.
As Bihar has emerged as the fastest growing state in India, these projects will add milestones to the infrastructures exposing Bihar globally despite being landlocked. With the increasing urban population, Patna Rail Metro project will provide solid convenience in least time. We expect government to keep working and improving the bedrock structure and inculcate the Bihar to lead a better future.