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The CITY OF JOY is to be Benefited from More Investment in the Field of Infrastructure
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The city of joy, Kolkata, will gain a lot from the recent announcements in the field of infrastructure. If some major projects are carried out with perfection, then the whole face of the city will be changed. Therefore, as per the KMC, these are some pretty important ones.

Kolkata, 1st May 2017: The city of Kolkata can expect to gain from the announcement of Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s decision of making big investments in the field of infrastructure development for the primary cities in the country.

After doing a detailed study of the Union budget, a part of the KMC Officials is preparing for sending some big infrastructure ventures to the center under the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT). Provided that there is the availability of funds, these ventures when implemented would change the view of the city as said by a civic official.

The KMC in the year 2009 had undertaken a broad overhaul of the city’s underground sewerage network. Few roads that were taken into consideration under the Rs.500 Cr. Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) that includes some of the major areas of the city such as Vivekananda Road, Rashbehari Avenue, AJC Bose Road and APC Roy Road etcetera.

The KMC top brass at present wants to submit a major sewerage revamp project under the AMRUT. This venture is aiming at cleaning heavily silted trunk sewerage lines from the Sealdah station to the Palmer Bazar drainage pumping station. For this purpose, the KMC needs to spend a massive amount of Rs.400 Cr. As per the KMC sewerage as well as drainage department official, they can send the project under the AMRUT to the center. When the funds will be approved, they have to engage a consultant and begin the work before the starting of the monsoon season.

The KMC water supply department has presented a detailed plan for connecting Kolkata’s two major water treatment plants. As per the KMC water supply department officials, under the Rs.500 Cr. projects, the underground pipeline project will help the city a lot.

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