“New road should not be built without milling the old road” – Chief Stalin warns
Chief Minister Stalin has warned that the road should not be paved without ‘milling’.
The government is constructing a 1 km long road at a cost of Rs 1.5 crore in the rain-hit area of Ashok Nagar, Chennai. The Chief Engineer of the Corporation inspected the workmanship with modern equipment.
Roads affected during the last heavy rains in the areas of Chennai Corporation. Chief Minister MK Stalin has ordered a new structure at a cost of Rs 213 crore. Accordingly, Ashok Nagar on 11th Avenue at a cost of Rs. 1.50 crore for a distance of 1 km. This road is in a state of disrepair and the old road is being milled and removed and a new road is being constructed.
Officials led by Chennai Corporation Chief Engineer N.Makeshan inspected the roads to see if they were heavy and of good quality. They inspected the quality, weight and climatic conditions of the road with modern equipment. They also inspected whether rainwater from the roads during the rainy season is being channeled to the canals. The study was led by Chennai Corporation Commissioner Kagan Deep Singh Bedi.
In this context, Chief Minister MK Stalin has warned that “severe action will be taken if a new road is built without digging the old one”. The Chief Minister made this announcement today after Chief Minister MK Stalin had inspected the roads being laid in Chennai last night.
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