Work at Kharar flyover to be completed soon: Capt Amarinder Singh

The construction of the project has now been further delayed by two months and the new deadline is November 2020

Work at Kharar flyover to be completed soon: Capt Amarinder Singh

The work on the project was halted owing to the COVID-19 pandemic but has since been resumed and would be completed soon. File Photo

Tribune News Service

Mohali, July 4

Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Saturday announced that the work on the Mohali-Kharar flyover would be completed soon.

Capt Amarinder Singh stated this while responding to a query regarding the Kharar flyover from Amit Saharan of Chandigarh in his weekly ninth round of interactions, #AskCaptain Live Facebook session, held today. He said the work on the project was halted owing to the COVID-19 pandemic but has since been resumed and would be completed soon.

The Kharar flyover, which was to be completed by September after missing several deadlines, the construction of the project has now been further delayed by two months, and the new deadline is November 2020.

Importantly, the Chief Minister had recently started live interactions with the people of the state to ascertain their views on various subjects as well as allay their fears.

In today’s interaction, the CM answered queries ranging from charging of admission and school fees by the private schools, committees for recruitment drive of doctors, and following the National Disaster Management Act on the opening of IELTS Centres.

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