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Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar flags off two rail bridges in Patna
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June 30, 2010 - PRLog -- Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar, in Patna has kicked off 2 crucial rail bridges in the state capital Patna; 1 was at the “Sachivalaya Halt” and the other made in “Agam Kuan” both built by Ircon Construction employing the most cutting-edge concrete technology and engineering. Fitted with advanced light arrangement, both bridgeworks have walker lanes on both positions for extra safety of those on foot. The bridges was before scheduled to be introduced on June 24 however there was delayd in view of the abrupt deceasing of Jthe ruling JDU leader Sudha Srivastava and Independent MP from Banka Digvijay Singh.

The Sachivalaya bridgework, built up at the price of Rupees 43 crore, is 1,208 m in length uniting the Secretariat Halt with Phulwarisharif, the Agam Kuan over-bridge is 1,402 m long assembled at the price of Rupees 44 crore.

The Sachivalaya block bridgework has 3 outlets allowing for vehicles to go to Khagaul, Mithapur, or Patna secretariate and the Agam Kuan bridge over allows the travellers to take way out for Rajendra Nagar, Nalanda Medical College and Hospital (NMCH), Gulzarbagh, and Ashok Rajpath.  

The Chief Minister as well swagged off the Modern Rajgir-Tilaiya passenger train which before was called Danapur-Rajgir passenger train.

The regular commuter train, in the 2d stage of its elaboration, will be elongated up to Ranchi,Nitish Kumar told whilst conveying his gratitude towards Railway Minister Mamta Banerjee for showing continuing the concern of the masses in mind.

Eastern Railways General managing director A. P. Mishra, Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, Health Minister Nand Kishore Yadav, and Bihar Legislative Council chairman Tarakant Jha was amidst numerous dignitaries who were present on the function.

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