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Highway to the Future: Gadkari Unleashes Billions to Pave Paradise and Lay Down Roads

In a bold move that’s set to transform the way Karnataka and West Bengal roll, the ever-energetic Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways, Nitin Gadkari, has swung open the treasury doors, letting loose a whopping Rs. 2675.31 crore for a major facelift of the Belgaum-Hungund-Raichur section of National Highway-748A. This road extravaganza spans a grand total of 92.40 Km across the scenic vistas of Bagalkot & Belgavi districts in Karnataka, promising a smoother ride on a four-laned highway dream.

But wait, there’s more! Not content with just one mega project, Gadkari has also thrown in a cool Rs. 553.12 crore for the expansion of the National Highway-34 projects in the cultural heartlands of Nadia, Murshidabad, and North 24 Parganas districts in West Bengal. This development stretches over 28.23 Km and aims to turn traffic nightmares into smooth sailing dreams.

Dubbed an integral piece of the Panaji-Hyderabad EC10 corridor puzzle, the Karnataka upgrade is more than just a road—it’s a lifeline connecting key industrial and cultural hubs. From the bustling streets of Panaji with its fish, tourism, and pharma, to the agricultural and textile powerhouse of Belgavi, and on to the food bowl regions of Raichur, this highway is set to be the yellow brick road for commerce, connecting dots across Goa, Karnataka, and Telangana.

Meanwhile, the West Bengal project isn’t just laying down asphalt; it’s paving the way for a congestion-free future, promising to ease the flow from South to North Bengal. This development is a beacon of hope for commuters and truckers alike, tired of playing snake on the current two-lane pathway.

So, as Nitin Gadkari puts the pedal to the metal in infrastructure development, it’s clear that India is not just on the road to progress but is in the fast lane, with the Minister at the wheel. Hold onto your seats, folks, because the future of Indian highways looks as smooth as the freshly laid tar on these ambitious projects!

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