VIDARBHA Taxpayers Association (VTA) led by its President J P Sharma met Nitin Gadkari Union Minister for Road Transport, Highways and MSME, submitted a memorandum and held discussion. J P Sharma submitted to Union Minister that road conditions affected from Liberty to Mental Square Flyover and Pardi Flyover projects needs urgent repairs.
Tejinder Singh Renu, Secretary of the Vidarbha Taxpayers Association said, with such large scale of infrastructure projects being formulated huge influx of outsiders investing in area, thereby attracting more engineers and man-power from neighbouring states which will definitely double the population. Appreciating VTA’s efforts, Nitin Gadkari said, “We are exploring all possibilities to provide more water to match ever rising demand of water as per city’s need.
Gosikhurd to Nagpur water pipeline will require around Rs 500 crore as the distance is more than 50 km. We are also planning a pipeline from Mouda to Gorewada water filtration plant. Admittedly we need alternate water pipe line to cater rising needs and soon necessary decision will be taken on this.” Present were Hemant Trivedi and Amarjeet Singh Chawla, both –joint secretaries and Executive Body Member Rajesh Kanoongo.