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MCG explains the delay in the renovation of the old Delhi-Gurgaon road
The old Delhi-Gurgaon Road is being repaired by the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG), but recently the Traffic Police of Gurgaon has asked them to speed up their progress. Writing to them, the traffic police has asked the MCG to finish the renovation work, which has been going on for the last year.

In the letter, which was sent by Joint Commissioner of Police Bharti Arora, she asked for the explanation for the remaining work on the road and the reason for the hold up. The maintenance work includes mending pot-holes, fixing broken dividers and installing iron grills and building bus queue shelters.

As was reported by, an executive engineer said, ''We have already sent them a reply. There is a delay as we are awaiting the Urban Local Bodies department nod for the re-worked detailed project report proposing six laning of the road.''

Explaining the matter further, the engineer said that they need approval for various renovation steps and they would look into the matter once that is finalised. Giving the details, he also said that repair work on sewage has happened and pot holes has also been taken care of. As for the signboards, they are also in place.

The project also included cycle tracks and tread walks for pedestrians s along the six-lane road and will take about 2 years to complete once work starts. Talking about it, the engineer gave a clearer picture, '' We are expecting to get approval for the project by April end. Commissioner Praveen Kumar is held up because of elections. Tenders will then be invited soon.''

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