“The Delhi government is working in a mission mode to make roads of the city beautiful and safe. It is also focusing on strengthening these roads,” said Sisodia.
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To prevent any disruption to the commuters, he has instructed authorities to rigorously abide by the rules for safety and security while construction work is underway. Additionally, they are expected to maintain the service lanes, centre verges, and pavement.
After these improvements are finished, thousands of individuals will benefit, according to government authorities.
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According to Sisodia, Rohtak Road, which runs through the Mundka Industrial Area, is one of Delhi’s busiest roadways, with millions of cars travelling over it each day. “Due to the presence of a large number of industries, the existing service lane is heavily loaded with vehicles and requires frequent maintenance. This project will provide a better commuting experience to employees of the industries,” added the minister.