Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat conducted on-site inspection of Rishikesh-Karnprayag railway project…



Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat on Thursday carried out on-site inspection of the Rishikesh railway station built under the Rishikesh-Karnprayag railway project. On this occasion, the Chief Minister also planted trees at Rishikesh railway station. During the inspection, the Chief Minister announced Rail Development Corporation Ltd. Took information about the installation facilities in the railway station
Chief Minister Trivendra said that this railway station built in the city of Rishikesh has been given a modern form. Special attention has been given to environmental adaptation in the construction of the railway station. Separate utility facility has been provided according to the elderly and disabled. He said that after the completion of the construction work of the Rishikesh-Karnprayag railway line, the people of the state will not only have the convenience of traffic, but also the pilgrims and tourists coming to Badrinath and Kedarnath will have a lot of convenience. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given many gifts to Uttarakhand in the field of infrastructure development. All weather facilities will be available in Uttarakhand with the construction of all weather road, air connectivity and railway lines. After the formation of Doiwala-Uttarkashi rail line, all the four dhams of Uttarakhand will be connected by rail connectivity.

Chief Minister Trivendra also conducted a surprise inspection of the 7.5 MLD multipurpose sewage treatment plant being constructed at Chandreshwar Nagar, Rishikesh after inspection of the railway station. It has been created by the Uttarakhand Drinking Water Corporation under the STP Namami Gange scheme. This STP, costing Rs. 12 crores, is being refined after taping Chandreshwar Nala, Dhalwala Nala and Crematorium Gutter. The treated water is being released into the Ganges river as it meets the quality standards. It is India’s first STP, designed as a multi-storey building. Its height is 21 meters.
Chief Minister Trivendra said that STPs are being made at various places in the state under Namami Gange to maintain the cleanliness and uninterruptedness of the Ganges. Due to the efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the cleanliness of the Ganga, many works are being done all over the country under Namami Gange. The treated water from STP will also be used for irrigation.
On this occasion, Vidhan Sabha Speaker Premchand Agarwal, Mayor Rishikesh Smt. Anita Mamgai, Additional Secretary Drinking Water Udayraj and Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd. Officers of the meeting were present.

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